Month: October 2020

Despite Israel's Threat, Palestinian Unity Pact Announced

The Palestine Liberation Organization and the leadership of Hamas in the Gaza Strip announced an end to their seven-year political

Protests Force Condoleezza Rice to Cancel $35K Rutgers Speech

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced Saturday that she is backing out of delivering the 2014 graduation commencement address

Berger: Hamilton ‘exceptional’ but Senna still the best

Former F1 driver Gerhard Berger says Lewis Hamilton equaling Michael Schumacher’s 91-win record is an “unbelievable” achievement, but Ayrton Senna

Club for Growth endorses Brown challenger in Ohio Senate race

The conservative Club for Growth PAC announced on Wednesday that it’s throwing its support behind Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel’s (R)

Oklahoma Earthquake Rate Breaking Records, and Fracking Could Be to Blame

Fracking-related injection wells are likely behind the “remarkable” increase in earthquakes in Oklahoma, scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey have

Snowden: Exposing NSA Overreach an Act of 'Civil Disobedience'

In a wide-ranging interview with NBC News anchor Brian Williams that aired Wednesday night—his first with a major US broadcast

Lack of Oversight, Damaged Tanks Caused West Virginia Chemical Spill

In a little-publicized report released last week, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) determined that an egregious lack of oversight

Haiti Cholera Victims to UN Head: You've Been Served

United Nations head Ban Ki-moon was personally served court papers for a class action lawsuit demanding UN compensation for the

Nurse Refuses Navy's Force-Feeding of Gitmo Prisoners

A nurse in the U.S. Navy has refused to participate in the force-feeding of hunger striking detainees in what is

1 in 3 Americans Have a Debt in Collections: Study

At least 35 percent of U.S. adults have a debt in collections, according to a study (pdf) released Tuesday by