Last Updated: Sunday, Jun 26, 2011 11:35 BST
Libya says NATO strikes kill 15 civilians; alliance denies report
NATO airstrikes hit a bakery and a restaurant in the Libyan city of al-Brega Saturday, killing 15 civilians, a Libyan government official told CNN, though the alliance countered that claim.

Human Rights Group: No Evidence Gaddafi Encouraged Troops to Rape
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Economy Expected to Have Major Slide in Months Ahead
A drumbeat of disappointing data about consumer behavior, factory sales and weak hiring in recent weeks has prompted economists to ratchet down their 2011 economic forecasts to as little as half what they expected at the beginning of the year.

Report: Hugo Chávez in Critical Condition In Cuban Hospital
Hugo Chávez extended stay in a Cuban hospital is because he is in critical condition, according to a report in El Nuevo Herald.

Ex-MI6 chief altered Iraqi intelligence
A top former British intelligence official had misled the public about the former Iraqi regime’s weapons program to pave the way for war, it is now revealed.

The Open Door in Afghanistan
President Barack Obama’s speech announcing that the 33,000 “surge” troops in Afghanistan will be withdrawn by “summer” 2012 indicates that he has given priority to the interests of the military and the Pentagon over concerns by key officials in his administration over the impact of the war’s costs on domestic socioeconomic needs.

Fast and Furious Fiasco: Time to Abolish the ATF
It’s time to dissolve the operation and dismiss all of its employees. To encourage the others.

Denmark Police Propose Ban On Anonymous Internet Use
Imagine if the police knew exactly what you do online: All the porn sites you scan secretly, the vitriolic comments you leave on blogs, the number of hours you spend playing Farmville.

U.S. House keeps Libya funding, fails to authorize mission
A resolution that bars most funding for the U.S. military mission in Libya failed in the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday, shortly after another measure authorizing the Libya mission suffered the same fate.

Ron Paul Slams Absurd Libya War Powers Debate
American in Tripoli: First Hand Account
Amnesty questions claim that Gaddafi ordered rape as weapon of war
PNAC-Reborn: Calling for Greater Libyan War

Max Keiser & Alex Jones: The History of What Happened to Greece
Max joins Alex to discuss how all this madness started in Greece and who is to blame for it.

Record-High 36% of Americans Lack Confidence in Banks
Thirty-six percent of Americans have “very little” or “no” confidence in U.S. banks — up from 30% last year and the highest on record.

The State Of The Economy
Nigel Farage Holds Funeral Procession For Euro In The Middle Of Brussels

Torture Exposure: US sued for prison abuse legacy
The UK failed to track detainees handed over to the U.S., neglecting to protect them from possible abuse. The shocking revelations, forced through by British MPs, expose a secret agreement over the treatment of prisoners passed over to Washington by London.

Felony Penalties Proposed for “Illegal Streaming”: Senate Bill 978
Efforts to harness law enforcement resources in the service of copyright enforcement continueapace. Last Thursday, the so-called “illegal streaming” bill passed the Senate Judiciary Committee (although that’s still some way away from becoming law).

Journalists arrested for filming public meeting
Journalist Pete Tucker and Reason.tv producer Jim Epstein were arrested at a meeting of the D.C. Taxi Commission for taking pictures and recording the event.

Birth Defects Caused By World’s Top-Selling Weedkiller, Scientists Say
The chemical at the heart of the planet’s most widely used herbicide — Roundup weedkiller, used in farms and gardens across the U.S. — is coming under more intense scrutiny following the release of a new report calling for a heightened regulatory response around its use.

Something more worrisome than global warming
An Asteroid will pass 12, 000 Km (7,500 miles) from Earth.

Greek debt crisis prompts fears of EU disintegration
The talk was no longer of high ideals and “more Europe”, but of mere survival for the European project.

Hizbollah members ‘confess to spying for CIA’
Hizbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah on Friday announced that members of his militant movement had confessed to being CIA agents and accused arch-foe Israel of turning to the US spy agency when it failed to infiltrate his Iran-backed party.

The Alex Jones Show: The Mafia Government We Live Under
Alex confronts the efforts of the corporatist and bankster warmongers to take their destabilization campaign into Pakistan and crank up the conflict in Libya.

Syrian Forces ‘Kill 20' As Demos Continue
Further video evidence has emerged of the violent tactics being used to suppress anti-government protests in Syria.

Max Keiser And Sandeep Jaitly Explain Why Modern Economics Is “Rubbish”
The below attached interview between Max Keiser and Sandeep Jaitly provides a 3 minute, must watch glimpse into the basis of Austrian economics.

Silver-Coin Sales Booming at Perth Mint

Rep. Ron Paul pays $31,000 for Iowa straw poll
Texas Rep. Ron Paul has won the rights for the premier lot at the Ames Republican Presidential Straw Poll, set for August 13.

US vs Japan: The Threat of Radiation Speculation
Fairewinds’ chief engineer Arnie Gundersen emphasizes the need to enlarge evacuation zones around US nuclear plants to 50 miles. Reducing US evacuation zones to only 10 miles during a nuclear power accident compromises public safety.

7 surprising things you’re not supposed to know about sunscreen and sunlight exposure
Ask somebody about sunscreen and you’re likely to receive an earful of disinformation from a person who has been repeatedly misinformed by health authorities and the mainstream media.

EU Carbon Credit trading takes a dive. In Greece, they can’t hardly give EU carbon credits away
Once upon a time, carbon trading was supposed to be the salvation for Earth’s climate problems. But as time went on, people started realizing that something was wrong.

TSA Groping Bill Up For Vote In Texas Senate Monday
Simpson said there still remains much support — though he doubts if Gov. Rick Perry truly wants the bill passed.

Michelle Obama: “Fortunately, We Have Help From The Media”
In an interview with CNN, First Lady Michelle Obama thanks the media for their “support” and “kindness.”

Documents Reveal Canadian Cops Used Agents Provocateurs to Disrupt 2010 G20
It is now an indisputable fact the cops engaged in massive infiltration.

Syria presses crackdown after 18 deaths
Syrian tanks on Saturday rolled into a village on the border with Turkey where workers are scrambling to erect a huge tent city for fear of a new exodus of refugees from the crackdown.

Afghan hospital bombing kills 60
A huge car bomb at a hospital Saturday killed 60 in Afghanistan’s worst attack for three years, days after US President Barack Obama said 10,000 US forces would leave the country this year.

Collapsing China

1997 Neo-Con report describes containing and collapsing China.

Is the Chinese Economy Sputtering for the Same Reasons as the American Economy?

We’re Putting Unconstitutional ‘Concentration of Power in President,’ Says Constitutional Scholar
“We’re ending up with a concentration of power in the president which is not constitutional,” Louis Fisher, now a scholar in residence at the Constitution Project, told CNSNews.com’s Online With Terry Jeffrey.

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