(Natural News) The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is responsible for all “policies and regulations governing nuclear reactor and materials safety,” reports NRC.gov. With a budget of $1 billion and 4000 employees, they are also in charge of licensing and litigation issues for the ninety-nine existing nuclear power plants in America. Within the confi […]
(Natural News) A radical Islamic terrorist is currently employed as a college instructor at California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA). His name is Mohammed Abed, a tenure-track professor of ethics, social and political philosophy, and classical Islamic philosophy, who since at least 2006 has been advocating for the genocide of racist white people as a […]
(Natural News) A 1983 Monsanto study analyzing glyphosate’s effects on rodents could serve as crucial evidence in a lawsuit filed against Monsanto on behalf of plaintiffs who allege exposure to its Roundup herbicide led them to develop non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Environmental Health News reports that attorneys have enlisted the help of an expert pathologist to ta […]
(Natural News) Since the early 1990s, scientists have attempted to create a battery that would replace the standard lithium-ion variety. The difficulty in such a project lay in the energy density of the power source. Scientists found that while other materials proved to be more energy-efficient, their cycles were, if anything, pathetic. Hope was sparked... R […]
(Natural News) Eating more foods rich in vitamin K makes the heart healthier, according to a recent study reported by Science Daily. Researchers from the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) at Augusta University (AU) studied 766 healthy teenagers aged 14 to 18. They asked the subjects to wear activity monitors for seven days and to self-document... Read More […]
(Natural News) As the number of people suffering from high blood sugar, or hyperglycemia, and related problems continues to rise, many doctors are taking the easy way out and sending people home with prescription medications that supposedly help keep the condition under control. Not everyone is willing to accept the risks of these drugs, however.... Read Mor […]
(Natural News) A study conducted by behavioral neuroscience experts at the University of Guelph in Canada has shown that excessive sugar intake may render people more susceptible to drug abuse. The scientists carried out experiments on laboratory rats in order to determine the connection between high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) intake and the likelihood of su […]
(Natural News) The families of U.S. troops who have been killed or injured while fighting overseas in Iraq have filed a lawsuit against multiple U.S. and European pharmaceutical and medical supply companies after accusing the corporations of knowingly financing the Mahdi Army, an anti-American militia, through a series of bribes and kickbacks. The lawsuit, w […]
(Natural News) The only thing worse than America’s obesity epidemic seems to be the epidemic of being offended by everything. The rise of so-called “social justice warriors” seems to have risen right along with our expanding waist lines. Recently, Google unveiled a new calorie-counting feature for their ever-popular Google Maps app — and the actually... Read […]
(Natural News) In a major study published in Nature Ecology & Evolution, the complexity of Cetacean culture and behavior has been linked to the size of their brains. Like other mammals, whales and dolphins have tightly-knit family groups called pods whereby they follow certain social structures and form complex relationships, similar to human societies. […]
As expected, there is a media blackout over the latest Clinton Foundation-Russia Uranium One Scandal. MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell came up with a crazy excuse for ignoring the Uranium One scandal which directly implicates her Queen Hillary. President Trump ripped the fake news media Thursday morning for ignoring the latest Clinton scandal involving their favorite […]
Bill Clinton sought the State Department’s permission to meet with a top Russian nuclear official as the Obama administration decided whether or not to approve the Uranium One deal. The Hill reports: As he prepared to collect a $500,000 payday in Moscow in 2010, Bill Clinton sought clearance from the State Department to meet with a key board director […] Th […]
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Tom Homan confirmed on Thursday the man arrested in connection to setting fires in California is a five time deported illegal alien. Jesus Fabian Gonzalez was arrested several times but ICE was never notified because he was arrested in a sanctuary county. The deadly fires in northern California have […] The pos […]
Florida Democratic Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, basking in national attention following her blistering attack on President Donald Trump over a condolence call to the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson who was killed in Niger on October 4 with three other Americans, bragged to reporters Thursday afternoon that she is now a “rock star” following criticism […] T […]
Each passing day, we learn more and more about the infamous Clinton-Uranium One scandal. Circa reporter Sara Carter reveals APCO Worldwide Inc., a consulting firm with ties to the Clinton family, lobbied on behalf of Russian nuclear giant TENEX in relation to the Uranium One deal. Circa reports: Roughly $3 million in payments from 2010 to 2011 […] The post […]
Four ship-builders, Naval Group-DCNS (France), ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (Germany), Rosoboronexport Rubin Design Bureau (Russia) and Saab Kockums (Sweden) had responded to the initial RFI (request for information) issued by the Indian Navy for the conventional submarine programme called Project-75 (India).
A govt agency has rated the vulnerability quotient of public Wi-Fi in the country at 'high', and successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities allows an attacker to obtain sensitive information. It suggested that users avoid public Wi-Fi at all costs and instead use VPN (virtual private network) and wired networks.
All interfaith marriages should not be portrayed as ‘love jihad’ or ‘ghar wapsi’ and doing so could jeopardise the religious harmony of the state, the Kerala HC said. It also ordered police to raid and close down centres run by religious fundamentalists to convert or reconvert those falling in love with people from other religions.
According to the complaint, there was mismanagement of around Rs 1.7 crore by the cashier of Rifle Factory Ishapore. Also, Rs 28 crore, withdrawn from banks, had not been entered in cash book. CBI's Anti-Corruption Bureau office in Kolkata registered an FIR and named and identified the whistleblower.
While the law, which takes effect by July 1, 2018, does not specify which face coverings are prohibited, the debate has largely focused on the niqab worn by some Muslim women, which covers everything but the eyes.