New American | Seattle residents, beware: The garbage police are on the prowl.
Reuters | The United States has proposed analyzing genetic information from more than 1 million American volunteers.
Sky News | Scientists say the genetic code of the virus has substantially changed, meaning it could spread from person to person more easily.
Mike Barrett | All through independent lab testing.
New American | January blizzards have been blanketing the nation in snow from Maine to Texas.
BBC | A Microsoft Research chief has said he thinks artificial intelligence systems could achieve consciousness, but has played down the threat to human life.
Mike Barrett | We must halt their use in order to protect the nation’s food supply, environment, and economy.
Jefferey Jaxen | Free speech, double standards on road to forced medicine.
Joshua Krause | Beginning in 1992, a Danish scientist by the name of Niels Skakkeback raised the alarm on a growing global health crises involving male fertility.
Japan Times | A hotel with robot staff and face recognition instead of room keys will open this summer.
Mike Barrett | Emerging as the world’s second largest importer of GMO crops, South Korea seems to be a big believer in feeding its citizens GMOs.
Sputnik | Earlier Lizard Squad hacker group has claimed responsibility for the recent attack on Facebook and Instagram.
ABC News | A small drone was found on the White House grounds overnight.
Reuters | A group calling itself “Official Cyber Caliphate” said it hacked on Monday the official website of national carrier Malaysia Airlines.
Jefferey Jaxen | And the Top Offenders Are…
Anthony Gucciardi | Cross-bred with the herpes simplex virus and E. coli bacteria.
Discover | If they were ever accidentally released, they wouldn’t be able to survive.
The Hill | An Obama administration official wants to hire the Walt Disney Co. to teach children about climate change using the wildly popular animated franchise “Frozen.”
Christina Sarich | Will GMOs Soon be Completely Banned There?
Paul Joseph Watson | “Privacy is dead,” academic tells Davos elite.
London Independent | Scientists believe that a giant asteroid hitting Earth would not be able to ignite a firestorm on a global scale.
Christina Sarich | Yet the FDA Keeps Approving Them.
Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones talks with Marc Morano about how the republicans sacrificed their principles yet again in order to make things easier for their corporate masters.
Mike Barrett | With today’s technology, it is easier than ever to relish in the beauties of not only planet Earth, but the universe.
EFF.org | The information being sent includes one’s zip code, income level, smoking status, pregnancy status and more.
ABC News | Ceres is the largest body in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
CNN | Pronounced dead at hospital from cardiac failure…
Vox | Going to make it easier for tech-savvy troublemakers to cause serious harm — or even car crashes.
BBC | ‘Designer babies’ debate should start, scientists say.
AFP | Breach allowed Washington to insist Pyongyang was to blame for recent cyberattack.
Phys.org | Smartphone messaging and voice services have become a popular communication medium for supporters of the anti-government protests.
Reuters | Pope offers thoughts on the environment and climate change.
Forbes | Earth-sized planet in habitable zone circling star just 150 light years from Earth.
International Business Times | “It has to do with a group of hackers – I will not name them – who are civil libertarians…”
Daily Mail.co.uk | Britain’s big freeze is set to continue for the rest of the weekend with temperatures plummeting well below zero.
Monte Morin | Adolescents who don’t get enough sleep may have long-term problems.
NASA.gov | Found in images from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Daily Mail.co.uk | Headset will let wearers experience tasks carried out by Army reservists.
Dan Van Winkle | Using the gaming peripheral which most gamers don’t really want.
Mike Barrett | Avocado is considered one of the healthiest foods available.
WZZM13.com | Temperature dipped to -13 in Grand Rapids, MI, this morning.
Fox News | “…particularly useful when there are no witnesses, no hits in the DNA database…”
NBC News | All crew members were safe and had moved to the Russian side of the facility.
DailyMail.co.uk | Conducted under ‘Project Blue Book’ which ended in 1970.
Forbes | Main sources of RF/EMF are radios, televisions, microwave ovens, cell phones, and Wi-Fi devices.
Mashable | Providing retailers with a way to quickly identify customers.
DailyMail.co.uk | Brains, veins and bones as you’ve never seen them.
CNet.com | The Future of Life Institute wants humanity to tread lightly while developing really smart machines.
CBS St. Louis | Users who were unable to answer their ringing iPhones while solving simple word search puzzles saw increases in their heart rates and blood pressure.
Financial Times | “Because of the great potential of AI, it is important to research how to reap its benefits while avoiding potential pitfalls…”