The Ebola victim who is believed to have triggered the current outbreak – a two-year-old boy called Emile Ouamouno from Guinea – may have been infected by playing in a hollow tree housing a colony of bats, say scientists.
They made the connection on an expedition to the boy’s village, Meliandou. Continue reading “First Ebola boy likely infected by playing in bat tree”
The men climbed to the roof of six-story 520 Broadway near Spring Street and threw a mixture of bleach and ammonia to the street below, where a group of about 15 activists were protesting the vendors’ outdoor racks of fur coats, police said. Continue reading “Fur Vendors Throw Bleach on Protesters and Splash Child, Police Say”
DURHAM (WTVD) — Durham police need help finding the person who fired a shot into an off-duty police officer’s apartment Monday afternoon.
Authorities say the officer was inside of his home in the Atrium Apartments on Meriwether Drive when a shot shattered the outer pane of his dining room’s sliding glass door. It happened just before 2 p.m. Continue reading “Shot fired at Durham police officer’s apartment”
ROGERS (KFSM) – Police have discovered an act of graffiti in which a threat stated a “cop will be killed” in Rogers on New Year’s Eve.
The threat written on the bathroom wall of a Rogers Kum & Go convenience store states, “A cop will be killed New Year’s night in Rogers, AR 12-31-14”. The statement also has “MS 13” written below it. Continue reading “Threat States Rogers “Cop Will Be Killed” On New Year’s Eve”
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Michael Snyder: Should the federal government be spending billions of dollars to pump up Wal-Mart’s profits? I know that question sounds really bizarre, but unfortunately this is essentially what is happening. Because Wal-Mart does not pay them enough money, hundreds of thousands of Wal-Mart employees enroll in Medicaid, food stamps and other social welfare programs. Even though Wal-Mart makes enormous profits, they refuse to properly take care of their employees so the federal government has to do it. And of course this is not just a Wal-Mart problem. There are hundreds of other major corporations doing exactly the same thing. And they will keep on doing it as long as they can because relying on the federal government to take care of their employees allows them to make much larger profits. This gives these companies an enormous competitive advantage and it distorts the marketplace. If you love the free enterprise system, you should be aghast at this. Our big corporations have become the biggest “welfare queens” of all, and Wal-Mart is near the top of that list. Continue reading “The US Government Spends 2.6 Billion To Pump Up Wal-Marts Profits”
It’s not a slowdown — it’s a virtual work stoppage.
NYPD traffic tickets and summonses for minor offenses have dropped off by a staggering 94 percent following the execution of two cops — as officers feel betrayed by the mayor and fear for their safety, The Post has learned.
The dramatic drop comes as Police Commissioner Bill Bratton and Mayor Bill de Blasio plan to hold an emergency summit on Tuesday with the heads of the five police unions to try to close the widening rift between cops and the administration. Continue reading “Arrests plummet 66% with NYPD in virtual work stoppage”
2014 was a year in which we watched the mainstream media devolve into a spot-on depiction of George Orwell’s Ministry of Truth, engaging in White House-ordered news story blackouts, CDC-inspired anti-health propaganda that endangered the public and corporate-funded disinfo campaigns disguised as news.
But what were the biggest health-related censored news stories of the year? That’s what this Natural News article is all about. Consider it a short list of things the establishment doesn’t want you to remember actually happened. Continue reading “The most censored health news stories of 2014 – here’s what the establishment doesn’t want you to remember”
Russian police have detained opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, after breaking the terms of his house arrest to attend a protest against his fraud conviction.
The arrest of Navalny took place on Tuesday as he approached the unsanctioned demonstration outside the Kremlin in the capital Moscow.
Protesters rallied in Moscow’s Red Square despite police warnings against any illegal protests in the city. Continue reading “Russian police arrest opposition leader, Navalny”
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker John Boehner said Tuesday that N.Y. Rep. Michael Grimm made the right decision by resigning from Congress after pleading guilty to tax evasion charges.
Boehner, R-Ohio, said that Grimm’s decision was “honorable,” adding that he knows Grimm made his decision “with the best interests of his constituents and the institution (of the House) in mind.” Boehner said he appreciated Grimm’s service to the House. Continue reading “Boehner: Resignation of NY Rep. Grimm ‘honorable’”
FRANKLIN TWP., N.J. (WPVI) — A young boy on his way to a sleepover was struck and killed by a police cruiser while crossing the street with friends in Franklin Township, New Jersey.
10-year-old Matt McCloskey was with two other friends when they were crossing Delsea Drive near his home around 7:00 Sunday night. Continue reading “Family Identifies Child Fatally Struck by Police Cruiser in Franklin Township”