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Malaysian Flight MH17 Possibly Shot Down: Who Is Responsible?

Malaysian Flight MH17 Possibly Shot Down: Who Is Responsible?

By Toni Matthews-El July 17, 2014

On Thursday, a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane was allegedly shot down over Ukrainian airspace. There were a total of 295 people on Flight MH17 and it is not believed that anyone survived the devastating tragedy. The story is developing and …

Benghazi Suspect Stirs Up US Justice System

On June 15, special operations forces in Libya captured Ahmed Abu Khatallah, the suspected mastermind behind the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the American embassy in Benghazi, Libya – an attack which resulted in the deaths of four Americans, …

Fukushima Radiation: Just How Bad Is It? Fukushima Radiation: Just How Bad Is It?

Three years ago, a massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami devastated the nation of Japan. Even worse, the natural disaster sparked the Fukushima Daiichi disaster, which involved a major meltdown at a nuclear power plant. The tsunami carried radioactive water from …

Supreme Court: Controversial Cases To Be Decided Supreme Court: Controversial Cases To Be Decided

June 30 marks the end of the 2013 term for the Supreme Court. With just a few days left, justices are handing down verdicts on several controversial cases. Of the six major cases awaiting decisions, two have already been decided …

Aereo On Last Leg Following Supreme Court Ruling Aereo On Last Leg Following Supreme Court Ruling

The Supreme Court has spoken and popular streaming site Aereo will likely be kaput very soon. The site was the subject of a lengthy copyright battle due to the website’s ability to allow its users to watch and record television …

No-Fly List Declared Unconstitutional No-Fly List Declared Unconstitutional

It’s nearly thirteen years since the 9/11 attacks and the no-fly list is now considered a way of life. Or at least it was, until a federal judge’s recent ruling. After 13 people sued the government after they were barred …

Tijuana Drug Cartel Leader Arrested in Mexico

Since June 12, World Cup fever has swept the entire world, with millions upon millions of people tuning in to watch every match. The fervor has been especially apparent in North America this year as both Mexico and the United …

Climate Change Presents Risk to US Business

In a nonpartisan study released by the Risky Business Project, leading economic and environmental figures have assessed the monetary threat that climate change proposes to business in the United States. The findings are not optimistic. The study, led by former …

Greta Van Susteren Defends Going Soft on Clinton Greta Van Susteren Defends Going Soft on Clinton

A few days ago, Hillary Clinton was interviewed on Fox News by Greta Van Susteren and Bret Baier. Many viewers were expecting a half hour of painful questions and accusations. After all, Van Susteren is the Fox News host who …

Scott Walker: White House Ambitions Threatened Scott Walker: White House Ambitions Threatened

Is it just me or does every Republican White House hopeful seem to be in the midst of a political scandal at the moment? Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was accused by John Doe prosecutors of involvement in an alleged scheme …

Brett Favre Endorses Thad Cochran in US Senate Race Brett Favre Endorses Thad Cochran in US Senate Race

Brett Favre, retired NFL quarterback, recently lent his support to Republican incumbent Thad Cochran in his bid for reelection to the United States Senate. Favre was born in Gulfport, Mississippi and raised in the nearby small town of Kiln. He …

Coulter supported Brat based on his amnesty stance Coulter supported Brat based on his amnesty stance

Ann Coulter thinks Dave Brat’s recent victory over Republican incumbent Eric Cantor in last Tuesday’s primary election is a good thing for the Republican party. The conservative political commentator joined Megyn Kelly on Fox News Live to discuss the shocking …

Eric Cantor Shocked By Defeat To David Brat Eric Cantor Shocked By Defeat To David Brat

On Tuesday, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor shockingly lost the 7th District Republican primary to a college professor named David Brat, who is backed by the Tea Party. In an interview with ABC’s Jonathan Karl on Sunday, Cantor said, “I don’t think …

Rick Perry Likens Homosexuality to Alcoholism

In his 2012 presidential bid, Texas governor Rick Perry was known for his verbal gaffes, perhaps the most famous of which coming during a debate in which Perry forgot which part of the federal government he wished to abolish. Many …

John Kerry Seeks to End Sexual Violence in Warfare

Speaking before the largest such convention of all time, John Kerry called for the end of sexual violence in warfare at the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, an event co-hosted by British Foreign Secretary William Hague and …

Kim Jung Un Rebukes Meteorologists for Bad Forecasts

In 2010, North Korea was forced out of the World Cup in South Africa after giving up a staggering 12 goals in only three games. Upon returning home, the Korean soccer players were publicly shamed and scolded for their performance …

Russian Bombers Spotted Near California Coast

On Monday, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) reported visuals of Russian bomber planes off of the coasts of Alaska and California. The planes were first spotted at 4:30 pm PST. Four Russian Tu-95 Bear-H long-range bombers and a …