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Cold weather in US no solace for starving polar bears

Cold weather in US no solace for starving polar bears By Dr. Steven C. Amstrup 20 Jan 2014 In September of 2007, after exhaustive analysis of all of the available data, my colleagues and I predicted that we could lose two thirds of the world's polar bears by the middle of this century -- perhaps all of them by 2100.

Perry Nuclear says tritium found in groundwater

Perry Nuclear says tritium found in groundwater 21 Jan 2014 (Perry, OH) The Perry Nuclear Power Plant has sent a notification after a water leak containing tritium was discovered. According to the plant, the leak of water from a steam pipe was found on Monday afternoon. Samples taken at the site of the leak found tritium in the under drain system of the plant's Auxiliary Building.

Chris Christie refuses to sign bill to regulate drone use in N.J. skies

Chris Christie refuses to sign bill to regulate drone use in N.J. skies 22 Jan 2014 Gov. Chris Christie scrapped a bill yesterday that would require law enforcement officers to get a warrant each time they use a drone to investigate a crime. The bill was one of 44 that Christie "pocket vetoed" yesterday by letting it expire without taking action. The governor also signed 100 bills into law.

Texans angrily protest fracking after 30 earthquakes hit town

Texans angrily protest fracking after 30 earthquakes hit town 22 Jan 2014 Dozens of residents from a rural Texas community traveled to the state capital on Tuesday to demand that regulators act immediately to ban hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, amidst allegations that it's to blame for a spate of recent earthquakes. The Azle, TX, area north of Fort Worth has experienced no fewer than 30 earthquakes since November, and residents say it's a result of increased fracking activity.

Snowden Seeking Russian Protection After Threats: Lawyer

Snowden Seeking Russian Protection After Threats: Lawyer 21 Jan 2014 Edward Snowden, the fugitive former U.S. contractor residing in Russia under temporary asylum, is appealing to the local government for protection after receiving threats against his life, his lawyer in Moscow said. "He has no other option but to seek protection and ask for the situation to be cleared up," Anatoly Kucherena said by phone today.

Ex-governor of Virginia indicted on bribery charges

Ex-governor of Virginia indicted on bribery charges 21 Jan 2014 Former Virginia governor Robert McDonnell (R) and his wife were indicted on Tuesday by a federal grand jury and charged with accepting bribes in the form of money and gifts from the chief executive of a dietary supplements maker. An indictment with 14 counts was filed in U.S.

Prosecutor: NATO 3 'intended to commit an act of terror' in Chicago

Prosecutor: NATO 3 'intended to commit an act of terror' in Chicago 21 Jan 2014 The trial of three out-of-state men charged with plotting terrorist attacks during the 2012 NATO summit in Chicago got underway with prosecutors and defense attorneys presenting vastly different views of the 'evidence.' Attorneys for Brian Church, Jared Chase and Brent Betterly said their clients weren't terrorists, just loud-mouthed young men, often drunk, who wer

Former Va. GOP Gov. McDonnell and wife charged in illegal gifts case

Former Va. GOP Gov. McDonnell and wife charged in illegal gifts case 21 Jan 2014 Former Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell (R) and his wife Maureen were charged in federal court Tuesday with illegally accepting gifts, luxury vacations and large loans from a wealthy Richmond-area businessman who sought special treatment from state government.

Gov. Chris Christie ignores bridge, Hoboken scandals as he is sworn into second term

1 dead, 1 in custody following shooting at Purdue

1 dead, 1 in custody following shooting at Purdue --Purdue University was on lockdown after shots were fired on campus. 21 Jan 2014 A man is dead and another person is in custody following a shooting on the campus of Purdue University in West LaFayette, Ind., according to school officials.

New radioactive water leak discovered at Fukushima nuclear plant

New radioactive water leak discovered at Fukushima nuclear plant --Water was found to have high levels of radioactive cesium and cobalt 21 Jan 2014 Video filmed by a remote control robot at the Fukushima plant shows highly radioactive water, which is believed to have leaked from one of the damaged reactors. The video was released by the Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco).

Customs and Border Protection loaned Predator drones to other agencies 700 times - 'newly discovered' records

Customs and Border Protection loaned Predator drones to other agencies 700 times - 'newly discovered' records 14 Jan 2014 Customs and Border Protection recently "discovered" additional daily flight logs that show the agency has flown its drones on behalf of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies on 200 more occasions more than previously released records indicated.

U.S. military says readying plans for Olympic security 'assistance'

Heads up! The Nosey Parker of the planet, the US, wants to 'help Russia with security' aka facilitate a false flag to embarrass Putin: U.S. military says readying plans for Olympic security 'assistance' 20 Jan 2014 The U.S. military said on Monday that air and naval assets, including two [war]ships in the Black Sea, would be made available if needed during the Sochi Winter Olympics in support of Russia, which faces militant threats to disrupt the Games.

Tony Blair subjected to citizen's arrest at top London restaurant over 'war in Iraq'

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair subjected to citizen's arrest at top London restaurant Tramshed over 'war in Iraq' 20 Jan 2014 One of the world's most controversial political figures [war criminal] had an unlikely brush with reality on Friday, with Tony Blair subjected to a humiliating citizen's arrest by a DJ working as a barman at trendy London eaterie the Tram

Omaha police say 2 people killed in plant explosion

Corpora-terrorists strike again: Omaha police say 2 people killed in plant explosion --4 workers critically injured 20 Jan 2014 Two people were killed and several others injured after structural collapse and fire at an animal feed plant Monday in Omaha, Neb., officials said.

These 7 countries are responsible for over 60 percent of global warming

These 7 countries are responsible for over 60 percent of global warming --The U.S. is by far the worst offender 17 Jan 2014 Throughout a century of climate-damaging activity, seven countries have emerged as the worst offenders.

US attorney inquiry into Christie widens

US attorney inquiry into Christie widens 19 Jan 2014 The New Jersey mayor who publicly claimed this weekend that Gov. Chris Christie's administration tried to withhold hurricane relief funds met Sunday in private with the U.S. attorney for the state of New Jersey. "This afternoon I met with the U.S. Attorney's office for several hours at their request and provided them with my journal and other documents," Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer said in a statement Sunday.

DND removes report on killing of Canadian soldier by Israeli forces

DND removes report on killing of Canadian soldier by Israeli forces 25 Dec 2013 The Defence Department has quietly removed from the Internet a report into the killing of a Canadian military officer by Israeli forces, a move the soldier's widow says is linked to the Conservative government's reluctance to criticize Israel for any wrongdoing. Maj.

NY schools test 'panic button' app in wake of Sandy Hook

NY schools test 'panic button' app in wake of Sandy Hook --Once the button is pushed, other school staff with the app are notified with instructions such as 'lock down' or 'evacuate.' 19 Jan 2014 Nassau County and a Manhattan private school are testing a new emergency-response "panic button" inspired by the Sandy Hook school massacre.

Bomb near Pakistani army HQ in Rawalpindi kills four: police

Bomb near Pakistani army HQ in Rawalpindi kills four: police 19 Jan 2014 A suicide bomber killed four people in a crowded market on Monday near the Pakistani army headquarters in the city of Rawalpindi, not far from the capital Islamabad, police said. The market, 10 minutes' walk from the army headquarters, is in one of the most secure areas of the city, said Rawalpindi police chief Akhtar Hayat Lalika. About a dozen people were wounded, Lalika said.

U.S. Preparing to Send Small Arms to Iraq

U.S. Preparing to Send Small Arms to Iraq 17 Jan 2014 The U.S. is preparing to send small arms and ammunition to the Iraqi government to help combat resurgent al-Qaeda[al-CIAduh]-linked forces in western Anbar province, the Pentagon said today. The military aid will be delivered "as rapidly as possible" to meet a request made by [US-installed dictator] Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, said Army Colonel Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman.

Port Authority chairman hires former Homeland Security chief as attorney in GWB scandal

New Jersey Democrats plan to expand Christie probe

New Jersey Democrats plan to expand Christie probe 19 Jan 2014 New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spent the weekend in Florida meeting with key donors despite new trouble at home, with Democratic lawmakers saying they're ready to expand the "Bridgegate" investigation to look at claims that politics played a role in the distribution of Sandy relief funds.

Radiation at Fukushima well hits 'record high'

Radiation at Fukushima well hits 'record high' 18 Jan 2014 A record high level of beta rays released from radioactive strontium-90 has been detected at the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant beneath the No. 2 reactor's well facing the ocean, according to the facility's operator. Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) measured the amount of beta ray-emitting radioactivity at more than 2.7 million becquerels per liter, Fukushima's operator said as reported in Japanese media.

Obama's proposed changes will allow N.S.A. to continue - or expand - vast collection of personal data

Alert declared after fire breaks out at Harris Nuclear Power Plant

Alert declared after fire breaks out at Harris Nuclear Power Plant 17 Jan 2014 (NC) Officials at Harris Nuclear Power Plant declared an alert Saturday at 10:16 a.m. due to a fire in plant electrical equipment. Smoke was detected and plant operators safely shut down the plant as on-site fire crew responded. Officials exited the alert at 3:51 p.m. and say the plant is currently shutdown and in stable condition.

N.S.A. Devises Radio Pathway Into Computers to Conduct Surveillance, Launch Cyberattacks

N.S.A. Devises Radio Pathway Into Computers to Conduct Surveillance, Launch Cyberattacks 15 Jan 2014 The National Security Agency has implanted software in nearly 100,000 computers around the world that allows the United States to conduct surveillance on those machines and can also create a digital highway for launching cyberattacks. While most of the software is inserted by gaining access to computer networks, the N.S.A.

Company responsible for W. Virginia chemical spill tries to skate

Company responsible for W. Virginia chemical spill files for bankruptcy 17 Jan 2014 Freedom Industries, the company [terrorist group] responsible for the methanol leak that contaminated the water supply in a West Virginia town, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to a new report. The company's Board of Directors convened at a special meeting on Friday to file a voluntary petition for bankruptcy protection, according to WVNS-TV in West Virginia.

IMF official among 21 killed in Kabul restaurant attack

IMF official among 21 killed in Kabul restaurant attack 18 Jan 2014 The IMF's representative in Afghanistan and three UN officials were among 21 people killed in an attack on a Kabul restaurant. The International Monetary Fund said its resident representative in Afghanistan, Lebanese national Wabel Abdallah, 60, died in Friday's bombing and shooting by Taliban suicide attackers on the popular restaurant.

Approximately 150 Gallons of Oil Spill Into Delaware River

Corpora-terrorists strike again: Approximately 150 Gallons of Oil Spill Into Delaware River 14 Jan 2014 The Coast Guard is supervising the cleanup of an accidental spill of approximately 150 gallons of heating oil into the Delaware River from a business in Gloucester City, Camden County. Authorities say the heating oil spilled into a storm drain at the Blue Knight Energy Partners along the 200 block of Water Street about 9 a.m.

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