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Update: North Korea Hacks Sony Into Submission

December 18, 2014

Not that there were many doubts, but it’s clear now that the North Korean government is responsible for the Sony hack, say U.S. officials. The Guardians of Peace, who claimed responsibility for the cyber-attack, were really just pawns in a…

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Russia’s Oil-Based Economy Flounders While America’s Floats

December 16, 2014

Russia is reeling from overnight ruble collapse.

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Major Pro-ISIS Twitter Collaborator Arrested in India

December 13, 2014

One thing that those wily scumbags of ISIS have been quite good at — besides creeping the shit out of the rest of the world with their beheading videos — is foreign recruitment. According to the U.S. State Department, back…

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Six Guantanamo Bay Prisoners Released To Uruguay

December 13, 2014

Sunday December 7th, 2014 six Guantanamo Bay prisoners were allowed to resettle in Uruguay thanks to President Jose Alberto Mujica Cordano. The four Syrians, Tunisian and Palestinian detainees were cleared for release in 2009. One of those imprisoned was Abu…

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Maasai Olympics Take a Cultural Approach To Africa’s Dwindling Lion Population

December 11, 2014

Today, not a single lion was killed and no one was hurt . . . yet you warriors walked away with over 5 million shillings of benefits.  What we saw was the energy of our young warriors being channeled away…

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World’s First Viable Jetpack Goes Commercial (VIDEO)

December 9, 2014

All they need to figure out now, is where do they put the cup holder and iPhone mount?

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How China’s New Role As World’s Biggest Economy Affects US Strategic Planning In Asia-Pacific

December 9, 2014

Though China's defense expenditures are rising rapidly, Washington still spends 3 to 4 times as much on defense as Beijing.

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One Dead and 270 Freed in Third Mass Nigerian Prison Break in Two Months

December 9, 2014

Three armed men clad in bullet-proof police uniforms stormed a central Nigerian prison in the Tunga area of Minna, Niger State, freeing 270 prisoners this past Saturday, reports the Nigerian newspaper, New Telegraph. The three men boisterously approached the prison…

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This Amazing Drone Footage From Iceland Will Make Your Heart Race

December 8, 2014

Travel photographer Elia Locardi recently traveled Iceland filming for a larger project, and bloggers Patrick and Lee from FStoppers went along for the ride.  And what a ride it was! The trio was working with DSLR’s but also worked with…

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Obama Weighs How Slowly To Throw Afghanistan To The Wolves

December 7, 2014

[contentblock id=1 img=gcb.png] The Taliban operate with near impunity in Kabul, a point they reinforce with almost daily attacks and bombings. On the morning of November 27th, they attacked a British embassy car and a foreign compound, killing 5 and wounding…

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