U.N. insists it's not urging end to fossil fuels

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Jerome Corsi and Curtis Ellis UNITED NATIONS – While media headlines have declared the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has concluded in its latest report more…

Damage worse than thought in Japanese quake

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (ABC News) The damage from an overnight earthquake in a mountainous area of central Japan that hosted the 1998 winter Olympics proved more extensive than initially thought. A more…

10 countries with the most slaves

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Huffington Post) While many believe slavery is an issue of the past, it remains a real, yet largely hidden, problem. An estimated 35.8 million people are enslaved worldwide, more…

World's most advanced hacking spyware let loose

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Financial Times) A cyber snooping operation reminiscent of the Stuxnet worm and billed as the world's most sophisticated computer malware is targeting Russian and Saudi Arabian telecoms companies. more…

Russia might be forced to cut oil production

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (OilPrice) Russia can't balance its budget unless the average price of oil is about $100 a barrel. Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak says Moscow is considering a possible more…

U.S. Special Forces train for North Korea mission

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- [caption id="attachment_1436525" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Soldiers of 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne) and the Republic of Korea 11th Special Forces Brigade provide security for their fellow members during training more…

Muslim terror army eyes expansion to Christian lands

by Michael Carl -- The Muslim jihadist group Boko Haram is eyeing a new offensive that would target Nigeria's predominantly Christian south, according to Africa analysts. Yan St-Pierre of the Berlin-based intelligence more…