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BP Aware Of Cracks In Oil Well Two Months Before Explosion
BP was aware of cracks appearing in the Macondo well as far back as February, right around the time Goldman Sachs and BP Chairman Tony Hayward were busy dumping their stocks in the company on the eve of the explosion that led to the oil spill, according to information uncovered by congressional investigators.

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Now naked body scans of passengers WON’T be viewed by airport staff unless images are ’suspicious’ Passengers going through controversial full-body scanners at one of Britain’s busiest airports will no longer automatically have their ‘naked’ images seen by security staff.

Pew poll: Lebanese have more favorable view of suicide bombings than Obama
A new Pew global survey released Thursday finds fraying favorable ratings for President Barack Obama in the Muslim world, even as he remains more popular in many European and Asian countries than at home.

Iran Threatens to Stop Western Ships if Subjected to Cargo Inspection
Iran’s parliament has warned it will respond in kind to inspection of its ships under a fourth round of sanctions imposed on the country by the UN Security Council. A new round of sanctions are being drafted by the United States and the European Union.

Professor: Only Global Governance Can Save Us From A Century Of Chaos
The federal government would have "absolute power" to shut down the Internet under the terms of a new US Senate bill being pushed by Joe Lieberman, legislation which would hand President Obama a figurative "kill switch" to seize control of the world wide web in response to a Homeland Security directive.

Tea Party Groups Calls On Sponsors to Drop Hardball
The National Tea Party Federation, a broad coalition of Tea Party groups, takes a stand and condemns the left-wing propaganda hit piece that aired on MSNBC June 16th.

Corporate Media Says Nevada Tea Party Candidate Calling for Revolution

For Criticizing Obama, Barnicle ‘Castrated’ By Mika
If MSNBC libs like Olbermann and Matthews were surprisingly critical of Pres. Obama’s speech last night, PBO can apparently count on one defender at the network: Mika Brzezinski.

US Banks May End Free Checking Accounts: Report
Bank of America and other U.S. banks may introduce new fees on basic services and eliminate free checking to replace revenue lost to new banking regulations, the Wall Street Journal said.

Socialist EU Dictators to Control National Budgets Despite Not Producing Their Own Accounts for 15 Years!
Bad Economic News
More Than 90 Banks Miss TARP Payments
After Bashing The Entire Market Yesterday, Today Cramer Goes Nuts Against High Frequency Trading
Spain: the new crisis in Euroland

CNBC Analyst: ‘President Has Created His Own Sense of Legal System’
“There’s a thing called ‘Due Process’, my friends!”

FDA reverses position on BPA in plastics, now admits concern over the chemical
Following its 2008 declaration that the chemical bisphenol-A (BPA) is a safe additive in food and beverage plastics, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) received criticism from consumer advocacy groups and others for neglecting scientific evidence that indicated the contrary.

Supes back posting of cell phone emission levels
San Francisco moved a step closer Tuesday to becoming the first city in the nation to require that retailers post in their stores notices on the level of radiation emitted by the cell phones they offer.

Smuggled video shows Israeli snipers aiming, firing at Gaza Flotilla activists
Smuggled raw footage of the Israeli commandos’ assault on Gaza Freedom Flotilla, taken by an eyewitness, has been published online. Activist Iara Lee has kept the recordings despite the Israeli government’s efforts to confiscate all footage of the attack. This is an excerpt from the full one-hour long video.

Clinton: Administration Will File Suit Over Arizona Immigration Law
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in an interview with a TV station in Ecuador that the Obama administration “will be bringing” suit against Arizona for its immigration law, though the Justice Department for weeks has said that the issue is under review.

Southwest Finds Shipment of Heads on a Plane

Afghan mineral deposits worth up to $3 trillion
Initial discoveries of untapped mineral deposits in poverty-stricken Afghanistan are “worth up to three trillion dollars”, the country’s mines minister said Thursday.

Health expert: BP running Gulf like a ‘prison warden’
An environmental health advocate declared that the reported four hours of training given to Gulf clean-up workers are insufficient, and ripped into BP for “endangering the health of people.”

Gold Prices Heading For Record Highs
Gold futures surged toward record highs Thursday as the stock market and the U.S. economy continued to flounder, leaving investors seeking a safe haven in hard assets.

Jobless Claims in U.S. Unexpectedly Rose Last Week

Obama bullies BP into £13.5bn fund for oil spill victims… but British pensioners will pick up the bill
The crisis engulfing BP has plumbed new depths as President Obama bullied the company into depositing £13.5billion into a fund to settle compensation claims for the calamitous Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

BP chairman says company cares about ‘the small people’

Climate change legislation teetering after setbacks from Oval Office and Congress
Climate change legislation appears dead after two setbacks in quick succession — first from the Oval Office and then from Congress.

Americans Not Inclined To Pay More To Fight Global Warming

North Korea’s World Cup fans who are really ‘volunteers’ from China
PERHAPS it was their identical red outfits or how their applause was directed by a “conductor” that suggested the North Koreans in the Ellis Park stadium in South Africa were no ordinary fans.

Police seize 100,000 anti-Vladimir Putin books
Russian police seized 100,000 copies of a book critical of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin that activists planned to hand out at the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum.

Pentagon report in April never mentioned $1 trillion in Afghan wealth
A RAW STORY investigation has revealed that a report released by the Pentagon last April on the progress of the Afghanistan “surge” included only a single passing reference to a survey that is now being touted as having discovered mineral resources in that nation potentially worth $1 trillion.

Aussies To Be Fined For Swearing In Public
THOUSANDS of people could be slapped with fines for offences that would never have attracted police attention in the past under sweeping reforms to police powers.


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