Mac Slavo | As if things weren’t creepy enough already.
Courthouse News | Five-hour hearing was filled with outbursts from vaccine opponents.
Christina Sarich | Let’s make sure the USDA doesn’t ruin GMO labeling!
Reuters | Volkswagen’s Audi will take a stringent line on guarding customers’ data, the carmaker’s chief executive said on Tuesday, in a thinly veiled swipe at new rival Google.
London Independent | As part of new ‘reproductive health’ tracking, they can track when exactly you had sex and whether they used protection.
Mac Slavo | The world of self defense is about to change dramatically.
Robert Harrington | When it comes to protest music, Neil Young is the one.
Anthony Gucciardi | Pharmaceutical mammoth Pfizer faces more than 1,000 lawsuits.
London Guardian | German chancellor Angela Merkel announces commitment to ‘decarbonise global economy’ and end extreme poverty and hunger.
Bizpac Review | A fish headed towards Australia is primed to walk all over the continent’s ecological system — literally.
Christina Sarich | Everyone is refusing Monsanto’s Roundup.
Christina Sarich | The ‘new’ document still doesn’t mention that the GMO banana has never been approved as safe to eat.
The Daily Sheeple | In case you haven’t noticed, wearable gadgets such as the Apple Watch are the latest tech craze sweeping the developed world.
Christina Sarich | And will other nations follow suit?
Christina Sarich | Sometimes reality is stranger than fiction
UK Daily Mail | The universe doesn’t exist if we stop looking at it.
Christina Sarich | Will this herbicide be deemed ‘carcinogenic’ too?
Sharyl Attkisson | Recent Rise in Vaccine Victims’ Court Decisions and Concessions Not Reflected in Revised Government Chart.
USA TODAY | The Pentagon has learned that additional samples of live anthrax were sent to three laboratories in Canada.
Christina Sarich | Roundup is a ‘Hazardous Waste’.
Christina Sarich | Does this sound safe to you?
Christina Sarich | Sorry Monsanto, no GMO cultivation here.
Christina Sarich | No wonder we’re getting sick.
Business Insider | MIT’s robot cheetah is getting more realistic by the day.
Daily Caller | A new study out of the United Kingdom predicts the Earth is about to go through a major climatic shift.
NY Times | Google has seen the future, and it is littered with cardboard boxes.
Anthony Gucciardi | Fast food giant loses 11 months straight.
Michael Snyder | Hollywood has a long history of inserting political messages, social commentaries, subliminal effects and even cryptic warnings about the future into big budget films.
Christina Sarich | Losing support from those who oppose GMOs.
Christina Sarich | Would you pay more for Non-GMO?
London Evening Standard | This is the moment an accelerating car rams into two men who were apparently expecting an auto-braking system to kick in.
Charles Hugh Smith | Ridding the world of Monsanto via a state buy-out would be a boon to humanity.
Christina Sarich | As glyphosate spikes deadly chronic kidney disease 5-fold.
DC Inno | DARPA is going to start shooting missiles and rockets out of the sky with laser beams.
Business Insider | “He could produce something evil by accident.”
Andre Evans | You need to know about this.
Christina Sarich | Could it really be true?
RT | Americas demand GMO labeling, end to biotech monopoly.
RT | Biotech company Monsanto is helping fund a “reporter boot camp”.
RT | NASA astronomers have discovered the most luminous galaxy in space so far.
Daily Caller | Global temperature change observed over the last hundred years or so is well within the natural variability of the last 8,000 years.
Christina Sarich | But you can get the news here.
Christina Sarich | It rained toxic ash.
EAG News | San Diego schools are catering lunch menus to minority students with a new special chicken bowl that complies with the Muslim religion and other meals still in the works.
Anthony Gucciardi | GMO labeling activists compared to conspiracy wackos.
Michael Snyder | Have you noticed that severe drought seems to be gripping much of the planet right now?
Fukuleaks | Testing conducted in February and March of 2015 found cesium in many tap water samples collected around Japan.
Robert Harrington | Among other concerns.
Christina Sarich | Other research disagrees.
Robert Harrington | Lucky turtle receives a brand new 3D printed jaw.