(NaturalNews) There has been some good news lately regarding the U.S. economy: Jobs are coming back in appreciable numbers - finally - and more Americans are having an easier time earning a living than at the height of the Great Recession.But there is still plenty of bad news... [...]
from Raw Story:
U.S. law enforcement agencies are a long way from being able to effectively track threats of the kind a gunman posted on Instagram before his execution-style murder of two New York City policemen last weekend.
Police need more data analytics and mining software to monitor social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter , as well as trained personnel to make sense of what could be a deluge of data, say law enforcement officials and security experts.
“You can buy all the technol [...]
Family members described man as "mentally challenged" and said he complied with officers' orders, and that the shooting was unjustified. [...]
from Global Research:
On Mon. July 21, the Detroit Water & Sewerage Dept. (DWSD) announced in federal bankruptcy court before Judge Steven Rhodes that there would be a 15-day suspension of water shut-offs while policies would be enacted to address the current crisis in the city. Additional measures were revealed which are purportedly designed to address the massive termination of water services for thousands of households in the economically distressed majority African American municipali [...]
Significant discrepancy in number receiving financial assistance from government to pay for healthcare. [...]
Representative Brat is a marked man. [...]
(NaturalNews) Like reaching vines, radioactive waste particles can find a way to disperse from their decades-old storage, spreading into the environment. Sprawling through the soil, silently underfoot, decades-old radioactive waste can meander its way to the surface. Clinging like... [...]
USA Today | Yet another IPO broke below its offering price. [...]
Kingsley Dennis is a sociologist, researcher, and writer. He is the author of several books and numerous articles on complexity theory, social technologies, new media communications, and conscious evolution. We'll discuss his book The Struggle for Your Mind: Conscious Evolution & The Battle to Control How We Think. Kinglsey explains how within society there exists a silent war. The battlefield is our everyday lives: our education, our work, our leisure, our emotional and spiritual well-being [...]