Thursday, June 17, 2010 23:32
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.