London Independent | Google, Facebook, and Twitter are under fire for their influence over the US election.
CNS News | Former Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) told CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday that he’s astounded that the United States has a president who does not believe climate change is real.
RT | The skies over New Zealand were mysteriously lit up in various colors while the 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck close to the city of Christchurch.
CNS News | The Antarctica visit, which included a stop at the McMurdo research station on Ross Island, was focused primarily on climate change.
Daily Mail | Investors believe it is ‘inevitable’ that artificial intelligence will destroy millions of jobs and that governments are unprepared for such an impact, according to a new survey.
CNS News | The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) released a statement Wednesday congratulating President-elect Donald Trump.
Daily Mail | Solar cycle dips into its quietest period for more than a century and scientists fear it could leave us as cold as when the Thames would freeze over.
CNS News | “Let’s get all these words out of the way: Devastated. Angry. Heartbroken. Outraged. Shocked. Sad. Disgusted. Ashamed. Discouraged. Exhausted. Shattered.”
Daily Mail | Traumatized Americans reeling from the shock of Donald Trump being elected as the 45th President have been furiously googling ‘end of the world’ and ‘how do I emigrate?’
Business Insider | Last month, Wired published a story with the headline “Imagine if Donald Trump controlled the NSA.” Now there’s no need to imagine.
Daily Mail | The question of where human consciousness originates has been mulled over by philosophers, spiritualists and artists for thousands of years.
NBC News | The U.S. government is gearing up for an unprecedented effort to protect Tuesday’s presidential election from cyber attack, U.S. officials told NBC News.
Louder With Crowder | California is a raging pit of leftist hell fire.
AFP | China has today passed a controversial cybersecurity bill, tightening restrictions on online freedom of speech.
RT | Donald Trump’s assistants have taken control of his Twitter account for the final stages of the campaign, according to a report by the New York Times.
RT | WikiLeaks has come under a DoS attack since publishing a new tranche of DNC e-mails, the whistleblowing website has announced on Twitter.
London Telegraph | Canada’s military is investigating a mysterious “pinging” that is emanating from the sea floor in the Arctic.
Michael Snyder | On November 14th, something extraordinary is going to happen. On that date we will witness the closest full moon that we have seen since 1948.
Truth Revolt | Gosh, mom and dad are just sooooo stupid.
London Independent | Physicist hails the ‘beautiful’ and ‘ingenious’ methods used in the study, which found a likely mass for what could be the fundamental building block of dark matter.
Louder With Crowder | Hold up. A leftist article not blaming men for inequality in a serious, unironic way?
Daily Mail | How the uninhabitable exclusion zone remains untouched, five years after tsunami caused Japanese nuclear plant disaster.
Anthony Watts | The weekend ratings are out, and they aren’t good news for Leonardo DiCaprio’s Global Warming Epic ‘Before the Flood‘
RT | “The list of where the hospitals are, or geographic data … it’s part of our critical infrastructure, it could be attacked.”
CNS News | The problem is that DiCaprio himself is one of those “big polluters.”
Michael Krieger | ‘It’s not about emails; it’s about public communication by a woman’
The Sun | Russians investing heavily in military just weeks after rustbucket aircraft carrier was mocked as it steamed through English Channel.
Daily Caller | WikiLeaks has continued to reveal Schmidt’s cozy relationship with the Clinton campaign.
RT | The future of warfare involves increased use of robots, but putting a non-human in control of a nuclear arsenal is a scary scenario, believes Dmitry Rogozin, the deputy PM in charge of the Russian defense industry.
Daily Mail | Researchers say dumping bodies into space could trigger new forms of life.
Louder With Crowder | A troubling rise in chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis rates, with cases reaching an all-time high in 2015.
Daily Mail | As entertainment firms fight to stay ahead of virtual and augmented reality systems, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is keeping tabs on hallucinogenic drugs.
RT | The number of wild animals on Earth could fall by more than two-thirds in the 50 years to 2020.
Sputnik | Russia has long opposed the militarization of space. If the United States keeps ignoring Moscow’s calls on the issue the risk of a military confrontation in space could significantly increase.
London Independent | Scientists have heard hugely unusual messages from deep in space that they think are coming from aliens.
Julie Fidler | Regulatory officials weren’t notified for 1 full day.
Louder With Crowder | Abortion is always wrong. Like, always.
Daily Mail | Terrifying Satan 2 missile.
Daily Caller | The UK government gave $11 million dollars to the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP) in exchange for research that the organization reportedly never actually did.
Washington Free Beacon | Lenovo seeking access to classified Pentagon networks, J-2 report says.
CNS News | Today marks the completion of a record-breaking 11 years without a major hurricane striking the U.S. mainland, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
RT | “Shut Down The Internet; We’ll Shut Down Your Communications!” read the tweet posted by Anonymous on Sunday night.
Daily Mail | The idea of implanting brain chips into people to give them superhuman memory might sound like the plot of the latest science fiction film.
NY Post | Tesla cars don’t kill people — journalists do.
Julie Fidler | Specific brain sections which activate parental instincts affected.
Daily Mail | Professor Stephen Hawking has warned that artificial intelligence could develop a will of its own that is in conflict with that of humanity.
Mac Slavo | This story is downright weird.
Business Insider | The future of transport and tourism may well involve not going anywhere.
Daily Mail | Forty years ago, two landers in a Martian experiment known as the Viking Labeled Release produced positive evidence for microbial life on the red planet.
CNS News | In celebration of Down Syndrome Awareness Month, National Right to Life is distributing stories from parents who are sharing the blessing of choosing life for their children with the genetic disorder.