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New American | 0.5 percent, Not 97.1 Percent!

Washington Post | Three years after the CIA used an immunization survey as a cover in its hunt for Osama bin Laden.

Reuters | Cars could be driving themselves down the world’s streets far sooner than expected, thanks to a change in a global treaty backed by European countries.

Christina Sarich | A ridiculous law that has prohibited raw dairy products from being bought and sold across state lines since the 1980s is about to be overturned.

Natural News | More than 15 hours of cell phone use per month may triple brain cancer risk.

CNS News | “Change” can be seen as a positive thing.

Zero Hedge | The mainstream media may have long forgotten about the Fukushima tragedy.

Christina Sarich | Russian lawmakers are considering equating GMO-related activities to a terrorist act or death threat.

Natural News | The phrase “conspiracy theorist” is a derogatory smear phrase thrown at someone in an attempt to paint them as a lunatic.

Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones talks with Dr Nick Begich on the reality of brain chips and the adverse effects they will have.

Christina Sarich | A few years back, Harvard conducted a study to reiterate what many in the psych professionals already know – Americans are addicted to anti-depression meds.

New American | The phrase “fighting climate change” has taken on new meaning.

Wall St Journal | The FCC goes ahead with its plan to control Web pricing.

NBC News | The “kill switch” bill was signed by Gov. Mark Dayton.

RT | Agriculture workers and various environmental advocacy groups in Argentina are protesting the use of pesticides produced by biotech giant Monsanto.

Christina Sarich | About 60,000 households in Hernando County, Florida were debating on spending $800,000 in tax-payer money to poison themselves with fluoride a few months ago.

CNS News | The world has “500 days to avoid climate chaos,” French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said alongside Secretary of State John Kerry at the State Department on Tuesday.

Paul Fassa | Remember the GMO rat study finding that rats fed GMOs developed tumors and died prematurely?

Daily Caller | Someone let Al Gore know the South Pole isn’t melting. Antarctic sea ice coverage reached record levels for April, hitting 3.5 million square miles — the largest on record.

Elizabeth Renter | At last check, more than 35% of US adults over the age of 20 are obese, an astounding number that is most often blamed on what is known as the “standard American diet” (SAD) and inactivity.

Wall St Journal | Surprise Decision Could Prove Highly Disruptive to Search-Engine Operators.

Dr. Tim Ball | The real problem is neither governments nor opponents know what is happening, but think they do, so demand action.

UK Daily Mail | Chemicals found in everyday products such as toothpaste, soap and even plastic toys are having a direct impact on male fertility, according to new research.

Christina Sarich | Even the most adamant cynic of junk food might occasionally fall for McDonald’s’ golden, delicious French fries, but not when they start killing farm animals and poisoning wildlife.

Natural News | Bananas are a whole lot more than just a sweet treat or a pleasant addition to a morning smoothie.

Natural News | Health enthusiasts all talk about the dangers of consuming genetically modified corn, soy, canola, cottonseed oil and sugar beets (MSG), but what about GM potatoes?

Mike Adams | Fed Chairman warns of deficit collapse; White House says nothing.

London Guardian | ‘China-Russia-Canada-America line’ would run for 13,000km across Siberia and pass under Bering Strait through 200km tunnel.

Elizabeth Renter | Following in the wake of Subway removing the “yoga mat chemical” from their bread products, soft drink makers are removing a controversial “flame retardant chemical” from soft drinks.

Patricia Hernandez | Zoe Quinn is pretty set on becoming a cyborg,

Washington’s Blog | The nuclear core has finally been found … scattered all over the world.

The New American | Even the most fanatical global-warming theorists acknowledge that there has actually been no increase in temperatures for almost 18 years.

BBC News | Rival Pepsi removed the chemical from its Gatorade sports drink last year.

Elizabeth Renter | Everyone knows fruit and vegetables are good for you.

London Telegraph | Throughout history, cultures across the globe have extolled the properties of youthful blood.

Christina Sarich | It isn’t as if we aren’t already exposed to ghastly amounts of radiation.

Jon Rappoport | In other words, it’s all promotion and hype.

Elizabeth Renter | If you’re like the majority of Americans, you eat an average of 10 pounds of apples each year.

Times of Israel | The combat drills come as NATO is ramping up its military presence in the region.

UK Daily Mail | Deaths from cuts and grazes, diarrhoea and flu will soon be common as antibiotics lose their power to fight minor infections, experts have warned.

London Guardian | Chatham House report lists 13 instances since 1962 when nuclear weapons were nearly launched.

Christina Sarich | The number of GMO-free countries is growing – especially in Europe.

Michael Snyder | Scientists have found that our bodies and our minds have both deteriorated significantly compared to our ancestors.

Natural News | Company rep. told woman she would “slice her throat” and “watch the blood drain from you”.

New American | Data from the Centers for Disease Control reveal that there continues to be a significant increase in the number of school-age children on psychiatric medications to treat emotional or behavioral problems.

Christina Sarich | Baby pigs have turned their noses up at food, and older piglets have contracted extreme cases of diarrhea just after eating genetically modified feed.

The Atlantic | Rashomon is focused on empowering activists, especially in protest environments.

Christina Sarich | Nanotechnologies can be useful, sure, but the use of nanoparticles in consumer products, food, and more is causing our DNA to mutate, and leading to cancer as well as other forms of illness.

Natural News | Groundbreaking public admissions about the dangers and ineffectiveness of this controversial jab.

Mike Adams | It has long been recognized by intelligent observers that a global superbug pandemic is inevitable.

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