U.S. to instigate insurgency in Lebanon?

by Aaron Klein -- JERUSALEM – A delegation of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards arrived in Lebanon to oversee the reinforcement of Hezbollah positions throughout South Lebanon amid Iranian concerns the U.S. and other more…

What are the heavens telling us?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Alex Newman [ooyala code="QwZjlwOTrvozPaMijJQ68VuBcRjiqRex"] STOCKHOLM, Sweden – February was packed with celestial events – notably the meteor that exploded over Russia – and some theological leaders and more…

Taco Bell finds horse meat in products

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NEW YORK POST) LONDON — Food safety officials say they have found traces of horse meat in ground beef sold by fast food restaurant Taco Bell in Britain, more…

Killers shown on live TV before execution

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON POST) BEIJING — In an unusual action that quickly sparked debate online, Chinese authorities showed a live broadcast Friday of four foreign drug smugglers in their last hours before more…

Sinkhole swallows man in bed

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (TAMPA BAY TIMES) SEFFNER — A sheriff's deputy plucked a man from an expanding sinkhole Thursday night, but neither was able to save the man's brother from being more…

Green lobby loses the public

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (London Daily Mail) Concerns about the environment have reached a two-decade low since the start of the financial crisis, a global survey has revealed. Fewer people now consider more…

Gas pipelines at risk after Chinese cyber attack

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (OilPrice) A restricted US government report compiled by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) states that 23 gas pipeline companies were targets of a cyber-attack in the six more…