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US dollar dying as tensions over Ukraine heat up

The US dollar is losing its dominance on global trade amid spiraling tensions between Washington and Moscow over Ukraine, says an analyst.

Obama Says Russia Could Face Additional Sanctions Over Ukraine

The United States has not stopped considering imposing additional sanctions against Russia, President Barack Obama said while commenting on the results of four-party talks in Geneva on the Ukrainian crisis.

North Carolina Trooper caught doing 80mph to get to Dunkin’ Donuts

I know it sounds like a cliché, but an investigation by ABC News 20/20 found many incidences of police driving at speeds well over the posted limit in non-emergency situations, including one where the driver was touching 80mph on a mission to get the day's supply of doughnuts.  

North Carolina Police Officers Caught Speeding (20/20 - ABC News) 10/4/2013

US to Putin: This could get ugly

CIA Director John Brennan’s recent secret visit to Ukraine carried a warning from US President Barack Obama to Russian President Vladimir Putin about possible future confrontation between the two former Cold War rivals, an analyst says.

Texas police officer caught on video breaking student's arm while attempting to stop school fight

A police officer was caught on video breaking the arm of a high school student while breaking up a school fight.

US warns Russia of further sanctions

The US has prepared a new list of sanctions against Russia that it says it will implement if the Kremlin fails to pull its troops from the border with eastern Ukraine. Last month the US placed restrictions on influential Russian businessmen and blacklisted a bank. President Barack Obama has now raised the idea of targeting sanctions at entire sectors of Russia's economy, such as oil and mining, but that could also impact US companies.

US warns Russia of further sanctions

US miscalculated will of Ukrainian people

US confirms CIA chief paid a covert visit to Kiev. This sparked speculation US is helping coordinate activists in eastern Ukraine.

'US miscalculated will of Ukrainian people'

White House confirms CIA director visited Ukraine over weekend

White House spokesman Jay Carney confirmed that CIA Director John Brennan visited Ukrainian capital Kiev over the weekend and met with high-ranked Ukrainian officials.

Kerry, Steinitz comments ‘outrageous’

A political commentator and former US Senate candidate described the comments made by Israeli Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz and US Secretary of State John Kerry about Iran as “outrageous.”

Ukraine crisis, US plot to launch nuclear war with Russia

The US has engineered the crisis in Ukraine’s eastern border with Russia as part of its scenario to provoke Moscow to engage in a nuclear war with Washington, according to a political analyst from the Center for Research on Globalization.

Shocking Allegations Show Harry Reid, Chinese Company Behind Nevada Ranch Standoff

The ranch, which has been in Cliven Bundy’s family for more than a century, is ground zero for a growing showdown between federal authorities and individual rights activists.

Teenager receives $700,000 to settle suit over shooting by cop

South suburban Country Club Hills will pay $700,000 to settle a federal lawsuit claiming a police officer wrongfully shot a teenager who then spent 14 months in jail before he was found not guilty of attempted murder.

Seabrook police officer faces trial in alleged brutality video case

One of three Seabrook police officers investigated after a YouTube video showed alleged brutality against a teenager at the police station could face a maximum of two to five years in state prison.

Seabrook thugs in action

Putin Tells US Leaders ‘Not Nice to Read Others' Mail’

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday called Washington’s reaction to his letter to European leaders on Ukraine strange, adding “it’s not nice to read others’ mail.”

Romania and US begin second day of joint military drills

Romanian and American troops have begun a second day of joint military exercises in the northwest part of the Eastern European country.

Militia Arrives at Bundy Ranch

The latest from the Bundy Ranch, where the militia has arrived in support of Cliven Bundy in his stand off against the Federal Government, where the Bureau of Land Management has surrounded his ranch with snipers, helicopters and heavy equipment.

Governor Sandoval and Sen. Dean Heller have condemned the actions of the BLM:

The governor has released a statement: "No cow justifies the atmosphere of intimidation which currently exists nor the limitation of constitutional rights that are sacred to all Nevadans."

BREAKING: Militia Arrives at Bundy Ranch

Aspiring TV producer mistakenly killed by deputies in West Hollywood

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department acknowledged Thursday that its deputies mistakenly shot and killed a aspiring TV producer they thought was a stabbing suspect.

Albuquerque police routinely use excessive force - DOJ

The Albuquerque Police Department in the state of New Mexico has repeatedly used excessive force and violated citizens' Fourth Amendment rights, according to a report by the Department of Justice.

Albuquerque police routinely use excessive force - DOJ

Stabbing accused was like ‘deer in headlights’

The 16-year-old boy accused of stabbing 22 people at his high school was dazed “like a deer in the headlights” hours later and doesn’t fully grasp what he did, his attorney said Thursday as he sketched out the beginnings of a possible mental health defense.

Obama administration wins Jefferson Muzzle award for restricting free press

The United States Department of Justice and the White House Press Office are this year’s top winners of a dubious award extended to those considered to be “responsible for some of the more egregious or ridiculous affronts to First Amendment principles.”

Santa Ana School Cop Puts Crying Boy in Chokehold, Tells Witnesses "Stop Speaking Spanish!"

A Santa Ana School Police Department officer is at the center of controversy after someone filmed him putting a young boy in a chokehold. The incident occurred shortly after 10 a.m. yesterday at Adams Park, on the corner of Warner Avenue and Raitt Street.

American who fought against Assad's regime in Syria is dead, family says

A onetime U.S. Army soldier who joined forces with rebels in fighting against the Assad regime during Syria's bloody civil war has died.

US to send more fighter jets to Poland amid tensions with Russia

The US Air Force plans to deploy 18 fighter jets, already based in Europe, to Poland for joint maritime exercises at Lask Air Base in the Black Sea, US officials say, amid continued tensions between the West and Russia over Ukraine.

Head of German NSA probe's resignation prompts questions

Speculation is rising about why the head of the parliamentary committee investigating NSA spying in Germany quit on Wednesday. The opposition claims he was pushed in an attempt to avoid souring relations with the US.

Pennsylvania mass school stabbing leaves up to 22 injured

Up to 22 people were stabbed at a high school near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with some victims having suffered serious injuries. The suspect, a male student, was detained by staff at the school.

SCOTUS declines to hear challenge to NSA

The Supreme Court declined to take a case challenging the National Security Agency's bulk collection of metadata. Plaintiff Larry Klayman won his case challenging the NSA in a lower court, but wanted the Supreme Court to hear the government's appeal of the decision. This would have avoided the normal but more lengthy appeals process in lower courts. The decision by the high court does not mean that they won't hear the case in the future.

SCOTUS declines to hear challenge to NSA

Merkel denied access to own NSA file

US spy bosses have ignored a request from Chancellor Angela Merkel to look at her secret service file, according to reports on Wednesday. It came as the chairman of the committee investigating NSA spying in Germany resigned.

Rwanda, Installing a US Protectorate in Central Africa. The US was Behind the Rwanda Genocide

The civil war in Rwanda and the ethnic massacres were an integral part of US foreign policy, carefully staged in accordance with precise strategic and economic objectives.

Once PC Is Gone and Truth Prevails, Shoa Panic Is Detected

Six minutes segment from a Q&A session at the Washington Report's AIPAC Conference March 2014. You can easily detect the panic on stage once the Zionist Holocaust narrative is challenged by a knowledgeable lady. As far as Justin Raimondo & Philip Weiss are concerned, it is all about the primacy of Jewish suffering.

Once PC Is Gone and Truth Prevails, Shoa Panic Is Detected

US secretly sending anti-tank missiles to Syrian rebels

Rebels embattled against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad have reportedly come into possession of high-powered anti-tank weaponry, the likes of which may have been supplied by the United States.

US secretly sending anti-tank missiles to Syrian rebels - reports

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