Arab Spring's legacy: Islamist gang terror

by Jerome R. Corsi -- [ooyala code="M1cWNjaDr8XN2CzsqGANPxAGFYmJnFbP" player_id="29c9fd42b6564348812f1c7d4ff9252d"] WND sources in Libya report street fighting erupted in Tripoli after Friday prayer, Nov. 15, between local citizens peacefully protesting in Abu Harida Square and more…

Russian GPS using U.S. soil stirs spy fears

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (New York Times) In the view of America's spy services, the next potential threat from Russia may not come from a nefarious cyberweapon or secrets gleaned from the more…

Brit agency passively 'sniffing' EU data

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Der Spiegel) British intelligence agency GCHQ has been targeting mobile phone company networks. Telecoms security expert Philippe Langlois explains what they can find this way, and how users more…

Restaurant 'keeps ugly diners hidden'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (The Local) A former hostess at a chic Parisian restaurant has backed up the worst stereotypes about fine dining in the French capital with claims that her bosses more…

Kuwait considers screening workers for homosexuality

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Times of Israel) After a Kuwaiti official said the country may start using routine health screenings to detect homosexuality in expatriates seeking entry, Kuwaiti authorities announced their intention more…

Preacher to cops: Put me in jail!

by Michael Carl -- Pakistani preacher Adnan Masih says jail is safer than the streets of Lahore, Pakistan, and that's why he asked to be put behind bars. Masih surrendered to police more…

'Gay' columnist blasts same-sex marriage

by Drew Zahn -- An openly homosexual columnist in Ireland has written a piece blasting his country for considering same-sex marriage, warning the state has no business reinventing the family and undermining more…