Daily Mail | Facebook wants to know your deepest, darkest thoughts.
Michael Snyder | Does the White House know something that the rest of us do not?
London Independent | 2017 only just arrived, but one manufacturing company is already looking 45 years into the future.
mcclatchydc.com | “I don’t know why I was there,” Gubarev said.
London Independent | A team of scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School have used adult skin cells to regenerate functional human heart tissue.
Daily Caller | President Barack Obama scolded political opponents of his global warming agenda in his farewell address Tuesday night, warning inaction on the issue will imperil future generations.
Cyberscoop | A mysterious group that claims to have stolen tools once used by the NSA published material Sunday to show it is in possession of Microsoft Windows software exploits.
London Telegraph | Half of young people said they have so many emotional problems they cannot focus at school, a study has found.
London Independent | Activists believe Mr Tillerson’s testimony could be crucial to revealing what the industry knew – and when.
LA Times | California was bracing for an epic series of storms this weekend that could bring flooding, avalanches, blizzards and road closures.
Mac Slavo | Though it seems like science fiction, it is, in fact, based in reality.
RT | The Hanford Site plant in Washington hasn’t been operational since 1967, but continues to spread radioactive waste, with a demolition date earmarked as late as 2032.
Daily Mail | Climate change could cause ocean currents to COLLAPSE plunging the Northern hemisphere into an ice age, warn scientists.
Louder With Crowder | These people denouncing NatGeo? They’re doctors. They know science.
Daily Mail | An initial decision amounts to a step off each side of the pyramid.
The Observer | The popular right-leaning web portal, The Drudge Report, was briefly knocked offline last week.
Daily Mail | A new study has linked fossils fuels to the historic rise in oxygen that triggered the development of life on Earth.
Speisa | A super volcano is defined as a volcano that is able to sling more than than 1,000 cubic kilometers of mass into the atmosphere.
UK Mirror | The active ingredient that gives chillies their kick can surround cancer cells and kill them off, scientists say, which could help develop a cure for cancer.
LA Times | The strongest earthquake in the sequence was magnitude 3.9, striking directly underneath the town of Brawley, about 170 miles southeast of Los Angeles.
London Guardian | The accountability of artificial intelligence systems, from Facebook to healthcare, is shaping up to be a hot topic in 2017.
The Hill | If you’re shopping for the perfect gift this Christmas, you might want to avoid the electronics aisle.
UK Express | EIGHT earthquakes have hit the US in just one hour sparking fears of a long overdue ‘big one’ that could wipe out chunks of the West coast.
Zero Hedge | A new study just released from Public Health England concludes that 4 out of 5 Brits between the ages of 40 – 60 are fat, lazy and/or alcoholics.
Julie Fidler | A safer alternative to meds?
Heat Street | The German government next year will consider the bill.
London Telegraph | “The rest of my body is replaceable”.
London Independent | Report recommends those suffering envy should quit social media.
TheAntiMedia.org | There’s not a day that passes that we don’t have a new reason to suspect humanity is dying off.
Daily Mail | Twitter’s share price is plunging after two key figures resigned earlier this week, prompting a market analyst to issue a research note calling the company ‘toast’.
Speisa | Monday 19th of December there was a thin white layer of snow over the dunes of Ain Sefra in Algeria. One can safely say that is not an everyday event down there.
Daily Mail | President Barack Obama has invoked a law to indefinitely ban drilling for oil and gas across enormous parts of US waters – and President-elect Donald Trump won’t be able to repeal it.
Louder With Crowder | Surprise! Barack Obama has an agenda to push. Specifically that human beings are somehow altering the Earth’s climate.
London Independent | The loss of sea ice ‘represents one of the most severe positive feedbacks in the climate system’.
Washington Times | Report recommends national standard for Stingray cell phone tracker use.
Infowars.com | A recent study now shows that a dangerous level of glyphosate have seeped into many everyday food products people consume.
Daily Mail | With Christmas on the horizon, choosing what gifts to give can present a huge challenge.
Daily Caller | Health hazards still either threaten humans or are unknown at 117 – or nearly one-quarter – of the 480 Superfund sites added before 1987.
RT | Could there finally be an end to grey hairs and wrinkles?
Louder With Crowder | A lot of stupid has been going on in Britain lately.
Daily Mail | Alien hunters claim spherical object is a UFO in hiding – but experts say it’s just a fractus cloud.
Wall Street Journal | Verizon, which has struck a deal to buy company’s core business, will review impact of new breach.
Daily Mail | Microsoft boss says new president will unite country through innovation as the pair meet.
Bloomberg | Researchers want to pump sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere.
Times Of London | Scientists say, you can identify troublesome groups at the age of three.
The Sun | AN UPCOMING Supermoon could set tensions running high this Christmas and make the festive season a “battle ground”, according to one psychiatrist.
RT | Russian telecom giant Rostelecom has thwarted DDoS-attacks on the five largest banks and financial institutions in the country, the company said in a statement.
Daily Caller | “You don’t actually know anything about what you’re talking about.”
Michael Snyder | Why is our planet shaking so violently all of a sudden?
Daily Mail | Leonardo DiCaprio made a secretive visit to Trump Tower to meet with the President-elect and his daughter Ivanka to discuss how green jobs can boost the economy.