Iran possibly months from making bomb

by Jerome R. Corsi -- With news yesterday that Iran has begun injecting uranium hexafluoride gas into 3,000 centrifuges at its Natanz nuclear facility, the Islamic nation could be less than one year more…

Russians insistent on U.S. Iran attack

by Jerome R. Corsi -- With Tehran continuing to move ahead with its nuclear plans, rumors persist the White House is planning a military strike on Iran in April. Lt. Cmdr. Alan D'Jock more…

Driver's licenses to feature radio chips

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire The state of Washington announced a pilot project to introduce a driver's license "enhanced" with a radio frequency identification, or RFID, chip that would more…

Houston: The Wal-Mart of North American Union

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Houston could be the new Wal-Mart of North America, replacing the West Coast as the delivery door for consumer goods delivered to the continent, with shipping and trucking more…

Nearly 300 freed because of teen-sex probe

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Nearly 300 inmates of the Texas Youth Commission juvenile detention system are being freed as a result of an investigation into allegations that guards and staff members have more…

Arrest prompts Border Patrol case questions

by Jerome R. Corsi -- An arrest in a drug case involving thousands of pounds of marijuana brought from Mexico into the U.S. is raising anew questions about the prosecution of former Border more…

Texas ports plan for Chinese containers

by Jerome R. Corsi -- State officials in Texas, already planning massive 1,200-foot-wide roadway corridors to facilitate the movement of goods from China and the Far East into North America through ports in more…

Illegals get $100,000 in damage lawsuit

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Gilmer Hernandez in Del Rio, Texas, prison (Photo: SWTexasLive.com) A damage lawsuit brought by two illegal aliens injured by shell fragments when Deputy Gilmer Hernandez shot at the more…

Food supplements targeted by trilateral deal

by Jerome R. Corsi -- John Hammell The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission have agreed to a Trilateral Cooperation Charter with counterparts in Canada and Mexico under the more…