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Has Evidence of Giants been Suppressed?

Yes. Yes it has. As with most juicy conspiracy theories, there are more false claims and hoaxes about giants than real ones. It can be assumed that many of the false reports that are eventually debunked are done so for the purpose of adding to the skepticism about their existence, but enough credible evidence is available to make it clear that they were real. … [Read More...]

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Nation of Islam and New Black Panthers are controlling Ferguson

Nation of Islam and New Black Panthers are controlling Ferguson

Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson, who was appointed to deal with the riots that have erupted in Ferguson after a police officer shot and killed an unarmed teenager, has praised the people who helped bring the violence in the St. Louis suburb under control for one night. “First of all, … [Read More...]

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Sea stars are dying left and right a nobody knows why

Sea stars are dying left and right a nobody knows why

Sea stars all along the Pacific Coast have been dying off in record numbers, and scientists cannot for the life of them understand why. In some areas of Washington, almost 80% of the local sea star population has completely vanished, and other areas are reporting strange phenomenon such as sea star … [Read More...]

Informant has been feeding Amtrak passenger information to the DEA for years

Informant has been feeding Amtrak passenger information to the DEA for years

It has been revealed that the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) paid an Amtrak secretary over $850,000 over the course of 20 years to obtain confidential information about train passengers, information which the DEA could have obtained lawfully and free through a law enforcement … [Read More...]

CFPB warns of the dangers of virtual currencies like Bitcoin

CFPB warns of the dangers of virtual currencies like Bitcoin

Yesterday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued its first consumer advisory on virtual currencies, which includes Bitcoin, and said that it would begin accepting complaints about such issues or companies. The agency warned that consumers must be wary of hackers and schemes, as well … [Read More...]

Taliban suicide bomber attacks NATO convoy in Afghanistan

Taliban suicide bomber attacks NATO convoy in Afghanistan

Earlier today, a Taliban suicide bomber targeted a convoy of foreign troops in Kabul, Afghanistan, resulting in the deaths of four civilians and wounding as many as 35 others as the insurgency stepped up its attacks on Afghanistan’s capital. The armored vehicles, which belonged to a United … [Read More...]

Canada sends military equipment to Ukraine in response to Russia’s food bans

Canada sends military equipment to Ukraine in response to Russia’s food bans

Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper has announced “yet another action that Canada is taking to help the people of Ukraine put an end to the insurgency”, The country has started to provide Ukraine with non-lethal military equipment to help the country protect its eastern border from pro-Russian … [Read More...]

WTO declares the Ebola outbreak to be an international health emergency

WTO declares the Ebola outbreak to be an international health emergency

Today, the World Health organization (WTO) declared that the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa is an international public health emergency that must be dealt with swiftly and efficiently before the virus becomes uncontainable. The decision to make this declaration was unanimously … [Read More...]

China is tightening its grip on mobile messaging apps

China is tightening its grip on mobile messaging apps

China issued new restrictions on mobile messaging apps earlier today in a move that it describes as an attempt to "help build a clean cyberspace" and safeguard national security. The rules have been issued by China's State Internet and Information Office, and will only affecr public accounts as … [Read More...]

The government’s largest supplier of background checks has been hacked

The government’s largest supplier of background checks has been hacked

A major contractor for the United States government which conducts background checks for the Department of Homeland Security has suffered a computer breach which most likely resulted in the theft of personal information from its employees. The United States Investigations Services (USIS), which … [Read More...]

Russian hackers have stolen 1.2 billion passwords

Russian hackers have stolen 1.2 billion passwords

A group of Russian hackers are being credited with amassing the largest know collection of stolen usernames, passwords, and email addresses in the history of the internet. According to security researchers, over 420,000 websites have been compromised by the hackers. The massive stockpile of … [Read More...]

California wants make it so that your phone can be shut off remotely

California wants make it so that your phone can be shut off remotely

California is attempting to become the second state to require smartphone makers to implement a kill-switch into their devices. SB 962, which had previously been defeated in a full Senate last May, is expected to be voted on again before the full Assembly on August 7. The law, should it be passed … [Read More...]