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Oklahoma tornado packed more energy than atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima

Oklahoma tornado packed more energy than atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima --EF-5 twister ranged from eight to more than 600 times that bomb's power 21 May 2013 The tornado that leveled Moore, Okla., on Monday contained more energy than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, five separate meteorologists have found.

Senate panel approves sweeping business-friendly immigration bill

Senate panel approves sweeping business-friendly immigration bill 21 May 2013 The Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday approved legislation that would bring about the biggest changes in U.S. immigration policy in a generation, setting up a spirited debate in the full Senate next month.

Obama Admin. Approves ALEC Model Bill for Fracking Chemical Fluid Disclosure on Public Lands

Wall Street troll Obusha shows his true colors: Obama Admin. Approves ALEC Model Bill for Fracking Chemical Fluid Disclosure on Public Lands 20 May 2013 On May 16, the Obama Interior Department announced its long-awaited rules governing hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") on federal lands.

Top IRS official will invoke 5th Amendment

Top IRS official will invoke 5th Amendment 21 May 2013 A top IRS official in the division that reviews nonprofit groups will invoke the 5th Amendment and refuse to answer questions before a House committee investigating the agency's [alleged] improper screening of conservative nonprofit groups.

Anthrax drug brings $334 million to Pentagon adviser's biotech firm

Anthrax drug brings $334 million to Pentagon adviser's biotech firm --The U.S. government remains the only customer, at a cost to date of about $5,100 per dose. 19 May 2013 Over the last decade, former Navy Secretary Richard J.

Apple Seen Using Loopholes to Evade $9 Billion in Taxes

Apple Seen Using Loopholes to Evade $9 Billion in Taxes 21 May 2013 Apple Inc. used "loopholes" to avoid paying $9 billion in U.S. taxes in 2012, U.S. Senator Carl Levin said at a hearing that brought the company’s chief executive officer, Tim Cook, to Washington to defend the strategies. "Apple executives want the public to focus on the U.S.

Fukushima No. 1 can't keep its head above tainted water

Fukushima No. 1 can't keep its head above tainted water --94,500 tons of radioactive water remain inside Fukushima's basement floors 21 May 2013 More than two years into the triple-meltdown crisis at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant, workers continue to wage a desperate battle to keep the stricken reactors cool while trying to contain the 400 tons of radioactive water produced by the process each day. Tokyo Electric Power Co.

FBI: Agents fell to deaths training off Va. coast during 'maritime counterterrorism exercise'

FBI: Agents fell to deaths training off Va. coast during 'maritime counterterrorism exercise' 21 May 2013 Two FBI agents who died while training off the Virginia Beach coast fell to their deaths when a helicopter had trouble during a "maritime counterterrorism exercise," an agency spokeswoman said Monday night.

Oklahoma tornado: Dozens killed in Moore

Oklahoma tornado: Dozens killed in Moore 21 May 2013 At least 91 people, including 20 children, have been left dead after a huge tornado tore through Oklahoma City suburbs, officials in the US state say. Worst hit was Moore, south of the city, where neighbourhoods were flattened and schools destroyed by winds of up to 200mph (320km/h). About 120 people are being treated in hospitals. President Barack Obama has declared a major disaster in Oklahoma.

Guatemala's top court annuls Rios Montt genocide conviction

Guatemala's top court annuls Rios Montt genocide conviction 21 May 2013 Guatemala's highest court on Monday overturned a genocide conviction against former dictator [Reagan crony] Efrain Rios Montt and reset his trial back to when a dispute broke out a month ago over who should hear the case. Rios Montt was found guilty on May 10 of overseeing the killings by the armed forces of at least 1,771 members of the Maya Ixil population during his 1982-83 rule.

2 FBI agents killed in Va. accident were elite hostage rescue members

2 FBI agents killed in Va. accident were elite hostage rescue members 20 May 2013 The two FBI agents who died while training off the Virginia Beach coast [Special Agents Christopher Lorek and Stephen Shaw] were part of the agency's elite hostage rescue team, a group known most recently for rescuing an Alabama boy from an underground bunker.

Death toll from new bird flu in China rises to 36, WHO reports

Death toll from new bird flu in China rises to 36, WHO reports 20 May 2013 Four more people in China have died from a new strain of bird flu, bringing the death toll from the H7N9 virus to 36 from 131 confirmed cases, the World Health Organization said on Friday. The United Nations health agency said the four deaths were from cases that had already been identified [and created] in laboratories.

Pentagon to take over some CIA drone operations: sources

Pentagon to take over some CIA drone operations: sources 20 May 2013 President Barack Obama's administration has decided to give the Pentagon control of some drone operations against terrorism suspects overseas that are currently run by the CIA, several U.S. government sources said on Monday.

Oklahoma Tornado: At Least 51 Dead, 'Horrific' Damage

Oklahoma Tornado: At Least 51 Dead, 'Horrific' Damage 20 May 2013 A mammoth tornado carved a trail of destruction through the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, killing at least 51 people, including some children, and ripping apart two elementary schools today, local authorities said.

Arrests being made at NAACP protest at legislature

Arrests being made at NAACP protest at legislature 20 May 2013 More protesters have been arrested at the General Assembly for the fourth week in a row. The North Carolina chapter of the NAACP is entering its fourth straight week of protests at the state legislature that have resulted in nearly 100 arrests so far.

Guantanamo Bay shuts down Internet, blocks social media over online hacking threats

Tornado smashes through Moore, Okla., leveling it

Tornado smashes through Moore, Okla., leveling it --Significant casualties are expected after a massive twister demolished houses, businesses and schools [that were (insanely) put under lockdown]. More than 170,000 could be in the tornado's path. 20 May 2013 A massive tornado ripped through Moore, Okla., Monday afternoon, leveling a huge swath of a residential area in the suburb of Oklahoma City.

Moore, Okla. schools locked down as tornado struck

Moore, Okla. schools locked down as tornado struck [How stupid was that?] --Four dead in Moore, Okla. --Authorities not allowing parents to search for their missing children at Plaza Towers Elementary School. Approximately 75 souls -- children and teachers -- were at the school when the tornado struck 20 May 2013

Report: Assad preparing missile strike against Tel Aviv in case attacked again

Report: Assad preparing missile strike against Tel Aviv in case attacked again 19 May 2013 Syria is making preparations to strike Tel Aviv in case Israel launches another attack on its territory, The Sunday Times reported on Sunday.

'Extremely dangerous' tornado strikes near Okla. City

'Extremely dangerous' tornado strikes near Okla. City 20 May 2013 A massive tornado roared through the suburbs of Oklahoma City on Monday, devastating homes, schools and other buildings. The National Weather Service placed parts of five storm-battered states -- Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and Texas -- under a tornado watch Monday afternoon, meaning that conditions were favorable for tornadoes to develop within the next few hours.

Okla. House suspends work as tornado sirens blare

Okla. House suspends work as tornado sirens blare 20 May 2013 The Oklahoma House has temporarily suspended its daily session and members were urged to head to the basement of the Capitol after tornado sirens sounded outside the building. Faxon Republican Rep. Don Armes was presiding over the House Monday afternoon when he said troopers alerted him to worsening weather conditions in the Oklahoma City area.

Singapore-made H1N1 flu vaccine being tested on humans

Singapore-made H1N1 flu vaccine being tested on humans 20 May 2013 Singapore's first H1N1 flu vaccine is being tested on humans for the first time. The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) and Switzerland's Cytos Biotechnology AG announced on Friday that the first healthy volunteer has been dosed with their vaccine in a Phase 1 clinical trial. They hope to test it on at least 60 people during this first phase.

Iran hangs two men claimed to have acted as spies for Mossad and CIA

Iran hangs two men claimed to have acted as spies for Mossad and CIA 20 May 2013 Iran's state radio says authorities have executed two men convicted of spying for Israel's Mossad and the American CIA intelligence agency.

Julian Assange reveals GCHQ messages discussing Swedish extradition

Julian Assange reveals GCHQ messages discussing Swedish extradition 19 May 2013 Authorities at GCHQ, the government eavesdropping agency, are facing embarrassing revelations about internal correspondence in which Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is discussed, apparently including speculation that he is being framed by Swedish authorities seeking his extradition on rape allegations.

US robots, Israeli drones to help make 2014 World Cup in Brazil 'one of safest sporting events ever'

Gag me with a chainsaw: US robots, Israeli drones to help make 2014 World Cup in Brazil 'one of safest sporting events ever' 19 May 2013 Brazil has added 30 US military robots to the Israeli drones and 'Robocop-style' glasses with face recognition cameras to its arsenal after the country allocated $900 million to make 2014 World Cup "one of the most protected sports events in history." The 30 PackBot 510 units, which usually cost between $100,000 and $200,000 apiece, will arrive in Brazil

North Korea fires projectile into eastern waters

North Korea fires projectile into eastern waters 19 May 2013 North Korea fired a projectile into waters off its eastern coast Sunday, a day after launching three short-range missiles in the same area, officials said. North Korea routinely test-launches short-range missiles. North Korea protested annual joint military drills by Seoul and Washington and U.N. sanctions imposed over its February nuclear test.

Request to photograph Boston bombing suspect denied

Request to photograph Boston bombing suspect denied 18 May 2013 A federal magistrate has refused a request from lawyers for the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect that would allow them to take "current and periodic" photographs of him, which would have been kept from the government.

Karzai says US can establish military bases in Afghanistan

Mega barf alert! Karzai says US can establish military bases in Afghanistan 19 May 2013 Afghan President Hamid Karzai has said the United States can establish military bases in Afghanistan after the two sides sign US-Afghan bilateral security agreement. Karzai made the demand during a telephone conversation with US Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday.

Powerful blast hits governor's compound in northern Afghanistan

Powerful blast hits governor's compound in northern Afghanistan 19 May 2013 Several people are feared dead or injured after a huge explosion rocked a governor's compound in northern Afghanistan, Press TV reports. Afghan security sources said the explosion took place in the vicinity of the governor's compound in the capital city of Sar-e Pol Province in the country's north on Sunday evening.

Fresh wave of violence kills 16 people in Iraq

Fresh wave of violence kills 16 people in Iraq 19 May 2013 At least 16 people have been killed in a fresh wave of violence in Iraq, one day after multiple bomb blasts left over 60 people dead in the country. The deadliest attack occurred when gunmen broke into the house of an anti-terrorism police captain in a southern suburb of Baghdad on Saturday. The armed men killed Captain Adnan Ibrahim, his wife and two children, aged eight and 10.

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