Ferguson Coverage – Greg Fernandez Jr on The Rundown Live

The Rundown Live #313 Greg Fernandez Jr (Police,Ferguson,Jesse Ventura,Wrestling) (8/13/14) On this Wednesday edition of The Rundown Live, Kristan and I go over the sponsors, and the site before we are joined by our guest Greg Fernandez Jr, getting into many topics like, the police state, live updates from Ferguson riots, Jesse Ventura lawsuit, wrestling, […]

Bird Flu Researchers Push to Make Virus More Deadly

In a letter published today in the nation’s two most prestigious scientific journals — Science and Nature — bird flu researchers say they need to perform research on the H7N9 virus that would make it more dangerous. The researchers say that’s necessary in order to prepare for its possible spread between humans [because they’re obviously […]

Northern Virginia officials worry secret CIA facility could scuttle hopes for landing FBI HQ

ShareThis Northern Virginia officials worry secret CIA facility could scuttle hopes for landing FBI HQ 23 Mar 2013 Fairfax County officials want Uncle Sam to know they have the perfect site in Springfield to replace the FBI’s 39-year-old Washington headquarters… But some Northern Virginia officials have been told that the biggest obstacle to redevelopment may […]

Iranian nuclear facilities are hit by AC/DC virus

Two of Iran’s uranium-enrichment plants were struck by a cyberattack earlier this week that shut down computers and blared AC/DC songs, according to reports from Bloomberg News and others. The virus closed down the automation network at the Natanz and Fordow facilities, according to an e-mail received by F-Secure, a Finnish cybersecurity Web site, from […]

Maya Archaeologists Unearth New 2012 Monument With ’End Date’ of Dec. 21, 2012

Archaeologists working at the site of La Corona in Guatemala have discovered a 1,300-year-old-year Maya text that provides only the second known reference to the so-called “end date” of the Maya calendar, December 21, 2012. The discovery, one of the most significant hieroglyphic finds in decades, was announced June 28 at the National Palace in […]

Take A Look At The New Internet

A few hours ago, a whole new Internet was switched on. The old Internet is almost out of room. The new Internet is vastly bigger. It’s ready for trillions and trillions more computers, devices, Web sites and the like. Confused? Here’s how it works: In order to be on the Internet, a device or Web […]

‘Appalling’ Scene at Site of Latest Syria Massacre, Despite Lack of Bodies

ShareThis ‘Appalling’ Scene at Site of Latest Syria Massacre, Despite Lack of Bodies 08 Jun 2012 A journalist traveling with a group of U.N. monitors today described to ABC News in chilling and graphic detail what he’d witnessed in the aftermath of Wednesday’s massacre in Mazraat al-Qubair that activists said left nearly 80 dead, including […]

Montreal police clash with protesters at Grand Prix event

ShareThis Montreal police clash with protesters at Grand Prix event 08 Jun 2012 Montreal riot police have clashed with thousands of anti-tuition hikes students protesting close to the site of the Formula One Canadian Grand Prix. Riot police fired tear gas and stun grenades on Thursday in a bid to stop the protesters from approaching […]

London 2012: A Rubbish Olympics

“The Olympics is a great brand.” So says David Higgins, Chief Executive of the Olympic Delivery Authority. One of the words Higgins would not like attached to his brand is – rubbish. Yet rubbish features large in relation to the London Olympics. Two documents warned of buried radioactive waste near the site of the Basketball […]

Anonymous attacks Justice Dept., nabbing 1.7GB of data

ShareThis Anonymous attacks Justice Dept., nabbing 1.7GB of data –In a new hack into the U.S. Department of Justice’s Web site, Anonymous claims to have grabbed “lots of shiny things such as internal emails, and the entire database dump.” 22 May 2012 In a hack it dubbed “Monday Mail Mayhem,” Anonymous claims to have collected […]