TOP NEWS

Featured




  • roy-moore-horizontaljpg-b6571ba2e1c9788e
    Alabama Supreme Court Orders a Stop to Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

    The Alabama Supreme Court handed down a ruling this evening, ordering a stop to the issuance of same-sex marriage licenses by probate judges. The order comes after the Elmore County’s probate judge requested the state’s supreme court for further guidance in regards to issuing licenses.  (Video) Read Full Article

    • Posted 16 hours ago
    • 0
  • 0,,18291664_303,00
    North Korea says it could make “pre-emptive strike” on US

    North Korea’s foreign minister Ri Su Yong (pictured above) told the UN in Geneva that Pyongyang had the power to carry out a “pre-emptive strike” on the US. Ri made the comment ahead of the UN Disarmament Conference held in the Swiss city on Tuesday. He said joint US-South Korea military exercises, which started on

    • Posted 16 hours ago
    • 0
  • ShowImage
    Netanyahu to Congress: Emerging deal would lead to a nuclear Iran and inevitable war

    World Powers must negotiate a better deal with Iran over its nuclear program than they have so far, or else risk prompting regional war, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned the US Congress on Tuesday. Netanyahu’s third address to a joint meeting of the legislature laid bare dramatic gaps between his government and the Obama administration

    • Posted 16 hours ago
    • 0
  • microchip
    Hi-Tech Swedish Building Complex Implants RFID Microchips In Employees

    Employees at the Epicenter building complex in Stockholm, Sweden have a new option when it comes to entering the building. Instead of swiping the usual plastic keycard, they can wave their hand in front of a sensor. How, you may ask, does this magically open doors? There’s nothing magic about it: Office workers have radio

    • Posted 16 hours ago
    • 0
  • russian-plane_3092782b
    Russian bombers disrupted planes in Irish airspace

    One plane was diverted and another delayed to avoid two Russian bombers that flew through Irish-controlled airspace without warning in February, the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) said on Tuesday. The disruption is believed to have occurred during the same February 18 incident in which British RAF Typhoon fighters were scrambled to escort two Russian bear

    • Posted 16 hours ago
    • 0
  • AP_winter_storm_jt_150303_16x9_992
    Massive Winter Storm Bringing Snow, Ice and Wind Hits 30 States

    A massive and slow-moving winter storm continued to grip the U.S. today, dumping snow, ice and rain from Utah and Louisiana to Maine. At least 30 states were under winter weather alerts today, and it was affecting 120 million Americans.  (Video) Read Full Article

    • Posted 16 hours ago
    • 0
  • MW-CW169_treasu_20141010141804_ZH
    U.S. will hit debt limit in October or November

    The Treasury Department will exhaust its capacity to borrow in October or November if the debt limit isn’t raised, the Congressional Budget Office estimated Tuesday. The non-partisan CBO had previously estimated that “extraordinary measures” Treasury could use to continue borrowing would last until September or October.Read CBO’s latest estimate. Read Full Article

    • Posted 16 hours ago
    • 0
  • seattle_police
    Obama pressing for federal control of local police

    Call it Common Core for police. But the White House, in cahoots with the Department of Justice, has set in motion a plan that will expand federal control of community police forces, via standards handed from above called the “Task Force on 21st Century Policing.” The plan was released Monday, Infowars reported. And its gist?

    • Posted 16 hours ago
    • 0
  • christa-brosseau
    Saint Mary’s University researches fabrics that can analyze health

    The exercise sweatband of the future may not just collect what runs down your brow, it could also gather important health information. So too the diapers of years to come, which may be able to diagnose diseases through a baby’s urine. A small cloth patch on soldiers’ uniforms could reveal chemical exposure levels, and a

    • Posted 16 hours ago
    • 0
  • kidney-transplant
    Scientists grow kidneys of aborted babies in animals

    Science publications are hailing research breakthroughs in a new life-saving procedure that harvests the organs of aborted children and transplants them in animals, where they can grow and then be made available to patients. The Genetic Literacy Project website calls the process Xenotransplantation and suggests the biggest question would be, “Would you accept an organ

    • Posted 16 hours ago
    • 0