The two-man U.S.-Russian crew of a Soyuz spacecraft en route to the International Space Station was forced to make a dramatic emergency landing in Kazakhstan on Thursday when their rocket failed in mid-air.
Tropical Storm Michael took its drenching rains to Georgia and the Carolinas on Thursday after battering Florida’s Panhandle as the third most powerful hurricane ever to strike the U.S. mainland and killing at least two people.
President Donald Trump said that Wednesday’s stock market sell-off was in fact a long-awaited “correction,” and that the Federal Reserve, which has been raising U.S. interest rates, had gone “crazy.”
The outcome of the latest immigration case involving President Donald’s Trump administration to come before the U.S. Supreme Court could hinge on his two appointees, conservative Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.
Justice Brett Kavanaugh is unlikely to heed calls by critics to step aside from certain politically charged U.S. Supreme Court cases in which his fairness and independence might be questioned after a divisive confirmation fight, according to legal experts.
FBI director Christopher Wray told a U.S. Senate panel on Wednesday that the threat from drones “is steadily escalating” even as Congress gives agencies new tools to address threats.
China is waging an unprecedented campaign to influence American public opinion ahead of November congressional elections and presents the greatest long-term counterintelligence threat to the United States, U.S. security officials said on Wednesday.
Bahrain will receive up to $2 billion from its Gulf neighbors before the end of the year as the first installment of an aid package, and some funds have already arrived in state coffers, officials said.
Indonesia on Thursday extended for a day the search for victims of a 7.5 magnitude quake and tsunami on Sulawesi island at the request of relatives of the many still missing, the national disaster mitigation agency said.
An Egyptian military court on Thursday sentenced 17 people to death for their involvement in bombing attacks on three churches and a police checkpoint in 2016 and 2017 that killed more than 80 people, state news agency MENA reported.
U.S. consumer prices rose less than expected in September, held back by a slower increase in the cost of rent and falling energy prices, as underlying inflation pressures appeared to cool slightly.
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The official death toll from a 7.5 magnitude earthquake and tsunami on Sept. 28 has risen to 2,045, with more bodies being found as some 10,000 rescuers scour ruins in the seaside city of Palu.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Tuesday he had made “real progress” on his recent trip to North Korea and can now see a path toward the U.S. goal of eliminating the Asian nation’s nuclear weapons.
The U.S. Marshals Service said a major effort to find missing kids and victims of sex trafficking in one Michigan county resulted in the recovery of 123 children in September. But state police said just four of the children were actually missing.
The number of Afghans killed or wounded by air strikes rose 39 percent in the first nine months of 2018, the UN said Wednesday, as the overall number of civilian casualties remained at “extreme levels”.
A New York state man built a 200-pound bomb in his basement and planned to detonate it in Washington on Election Day. Paul Rosenfeld, 56, of Tappan, intended to kill himself in the explosion and draw attention to his political beliefs, prosecutors said. They said Rosenfeld is a proponent of “sortition,” an ancient political system in which government officials are randomly selected.
President Trump has directed the EPA to loosen restrictions on the ethanol mix in summer gasoline, a move that could potentially increase smog and almost certainly provide a boost for corn farmers.
The Islamic State group launched a deadly counter-offensive on Wednesday to repel US-backed forces advancing on a final jihadist-held pocket of eastern Syria, a monitor said.
U.S. District Court Judge Dabney Friedrich sentenced Richard Pinedo to six months imprisonment followed by six months of home detention for selling bank account numbers to Russian operatives.
With Canadian oil over 60 percent cheaper than U.S. benchmark West Texas Intermediate and global marker Brent, China’s refiners are being lured to the heavy, sludgy crude. That’s because — apart from being a source of fuel — it’s rich in bitumen, a black residue used to build everything from roads to runways and roofs.
The US military has grounded its entire fleet of F-35 fighter jets in the wake of a crash in South Carolina last month. Inspections are to be carried out on faulty fuel tubes.
Some of the most cutting-edge weapons in the US’s military arsenal can be “easily hacked” using “basic tools”, a government report has concluded.
The battle to offer the world’s longest non-stop flight steps up a gear on Thursday, when a new Singapore-to-New York service, just under 19 hours, takes off.
While some Islamic scholars have insisted that “honor killing” is cultural rather than inherently Islamic, a prominent Palestinian Muslim cleric made it clear in a sermon at the iconic Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem that Muslim men are prepared to kill to defend their family’s name.
News – 10/11/2018
Papua New Guinea ROCKED by MASSIVE magnitude 7 earthquake
A MASSIVE magnitude 7 earthquake struck the remote New Britain island in Papua New Guinea on Thursday morning, raising concerns of potential tsunami risks. The earthquake was initially recorded as magnitude 7.3, but was later downgraded to magnitude 7.
POWERFUL 6.8 earthquake hits Russian Kuril Islands – tremors RICOCHET across region
A POWERFUL magnitude 6.8 earthquake hit the Kuril Islands in Russia at 4.16pm Pacific time (12.16am BST), causing major tremors across the region. The quake struck 177 km (109 miles) south of Severo-Kuril’sk at a depth of 33 km (20 miles), the USGS said. There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.
Indonesia’s Bali hit by magnitude 6 earthquake
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake has struck off the Indonesian island of Bali, the US Geological Survey says, causing brief panic among residents though there was no potential for a tsunami and no immediate reports of major damage.
Salak volcano (West Java, Indonesia) activity update: Sudden large explosion- ash to 15km (50,000ft)
The Darwin Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (VAAC) has reported that a large explosion has occurred this morning (evening local time), with an ash cloud up to 50,000ft. This is the first eruption of Salak in 80 years (1938).
Tropical depression could form soon in Caribbean; Tropical Storm Nadine, Hurricane Leslie brewing in Atlantic
Although most eyes are turned toward Hurricane Michael as it made landfall in the Florida Panhandle Wednesday, there are several other systems being monitored, including an area of low pressure in the Caribbean that could become a tropical depression by the late weekend or early next week. Not only was Hurricane Michael the strongest storm on record to hit the Panhandle, but another record has been set. It’s the first time there are three named Atlantic storms at the same time in October with winds in excess of 65 mph.
IDF destroys 15th Hamas terror tunnel
Israel’s military destroyed an advanced Hamas offensive tunnel that had crossed from the Gaza Strip some 200 meters into southern Israel. According to IDF Spokesperson Brig.-Gen. Ronen Manelis, it was the 15th tunnel detected and destroyed by the military since October 2017. The tunnel, which was connected to a network of other Hamas tunnels inside the coastal enclave, incorporated various new methods of construction…used in order to get around the IDF’s tunnel detection system.
Israel envoy to UNESCO: Do what you want, we’re leaving anyway
Israel’s top UN envoy blasted UNESCO’s attempt to water down its controversial bi-annual Jerusalem resolution, reaffirming that Israel planned to leave the organization at the end of the year. Danny Danon spoke after the 58 members of UNESCO’s executive board in Paris hid language disavowing Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem in the lengthy annex to an otherwise short benign text called Resolution 28.
Floods prompt search for missing people in Europe
The search continues for missing people following flash flooding events in Spain, Italy, and France. Ten people died in Majorca, Spain, including two British citizens. Three more remain unaccounted for, including a five-year-old child. Elsewhere, torrential rain and flooding killed a number of people caught in their cars during floods.
Hurricane Michael slams into Florida, charges into Southeast
Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle with terrifying winds of 155 mph Wednesday, splintering homes and submerging neighborhoods before continuing its destructive charge inland across the Southeast. It was the most powerful hurricane to hit the continental U.S. in nearly 50 years and at least one death was reported during its passage.
Mysterious Deep-Space Flashes: 19 More ‘Fast Radio Bursts’ Found
A huge haul of newfound fast radio bursts (FRBs) may help astronomers finally start to get a handle on these mysterious and powerful blasts from deep space. A new study reports the detection of 19 previously undiscovered FRBs, including the closest one to Earth and the brightest one ever seen. The results boost the total tally significantly; just three dozen or so FRBs had been known previously, with the first detection coming in 2007.
Ebola cases spike in DRC, daily case rate more than doubles since September
The International Rescue Committee is alarmed by a significant increase in the number of new Ebola cases in North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). As of October 9, there have been 194 confirmed and probable cases and 120 deaths from this Ebola outbreak. In just nine days, there have been 33 new cases and 15 deaths. This is in contrast to 41 new cases and 27 deaths in the entire month of September. We are seeing 2.5 times the number of new cases each day compared to the previous month.
US: No Syria reconstruction aid if Iranian presence persists
The United States said Wednesday it will refuse any post-war reconstruction assistance to Syria if Iran is present, expanding the rationale for US involvement in the conflict. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, speaking to a pro-Israel group, vowed an aggressive push to counter Iran across the Middle East and said that Syria was a decisive battleground.
Tony Blair says there is a 50-50 chance of another Brexit referendum
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said there was a 50-50 chance of getting another Brexit referendum as Prime Minister Theresa May will be unlikely to secure a majority for any divorce deal in parliament.
Jacob Rothschild admits that President Trump is trying to destroy the new world order that globalists spent decades trying to build
The Rothschilds have used their globalist media mouthpiece to declare that Donald Trump is threatening to destroy the New World Order, for good.Globalism propaganda tool and Rothschild family-owned publication, The Economist has branded the US President a “present danger” to the “New World Order,” and stated that the “internationalists” that formed it are “spinning in their graves.“The Economist names Trump is the biggest threat to the “liberal”
SO IT BEGINS: European Nation Microchips National ID Cards For Banking, Voting, Insurance
“Since the turn of the 21st century, Estonia has offered each citizen a government-issued ‘digital identity’ — including a chip-embedded national ID card that can be used for social security, health insurance, voter registration, banking and much more,” the Los Angeles Times reported. “It also now offers ‘e-residency’ for people around the world who want to be part of its digital revolution, allowing them to register a business in Estonia, which is part of the European Union.”
Black-led South Africa starts stealing the land of whites in the country, and as predicted their economy is starting to decline rapidly
South Africa is suddenly facing a roadblock after U.S. President Donald Trump asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to study the “land and farm seizures and expropriations and large scale killing of farmers.” The attention by the U.S. president might be unexpected, but the economic, moral, and political consequences now confronting South Africa’s leaders are not.
Hundreds of dead baby girls have been found in Pakistani trash dumps, as the Islamic persecution of women continue
Hundreds of dead newborn girls have been discovered in Pakistani rubbish dumps in the last year. Since the beginning of 2017 a total of 345 babies were found dead in Karachi with 99 per cent being girls, as parents still prefer boys in Pakistan.
Million Dollar Letter Purports to Answer Question: Did Einstein Believe in G-d?
Christie’s Auction House announced on Thursday that a controversial letter penned by Albert Einstein containing his views on God and religion is expected to fetch more than $1 million at auction in December.
Severe Cyclonic Storm Titli to unload flooding rainfall, strong winds in eastern India, Bangladesh
Severe Cyclonic Storm Titli will bring dangerous flooding and gusty winds to parts of India and Bangladesh into the weekend.
Soros Groups Use Hurricane Michael to Push Florida ‘Voting Rights Crisis’ Scheme
MoveOn.org, which has been massively financed by billionaire George Soros, is peddling a petition sponsored by another Soros-backed group claiming that Florida voters “could be disenfranchised” if the state does not extend the deadline for new voters to register.
Why Was The Papal Audience Hall Building At The Vatican Constructed In The Shape Of A Giant Reptile?
Let me just start this by saying that, no, I am not signed off on just about any of the various reptilian incursion conspiracy theories floating around the Internet. Most of them are quite silly, though usually amusing. But if you want to talk Bible, where there is a real reptile that presents itself as a dragon with 7 heads and 10 horns, now I’m interested.
NYC creates 3rd gender option for birth certificates
New York City has added a third gender category of X to its birth certificates, making it the fifth jurisdiction to do so after California, Oregon, Washington state and New Jersey. Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio signed the provision into a law on Tuesday, NBC News reported, saying it gives New Yorkers the freedom to “tell the government who they are and not the other way around.”
Missouri Judge Says Voters No Longer Need Photo Identification To Cast Vote
…The judge’s ruling comes after a lawsuit from a Democratic party super PAC, Priorities USA, against the state of Missouri’s “burdensome photo identification requirements” in June of 2018.
Shock report: US paying more for illegal immigrant births than Trump’s wall
Americans are paying more to cover the costs of illegal immigrants having children in the United States than Congress plans to give President Trump in border wall funding this year, according to an explosive new analysis of Census Bureau data. The new report reveals that women in the United States illegally had 297,000 children in 2014 at a cost of $2.4 billion.
Massive Child Trafficking Bust Rescues 120 Children In Just One Day
Over 120 missing children were rescued in just 24 hours following a child trafficking bust in Michigan county.
National Cancer Institute report admits millions have been falsely treated for ‘cancer’
A significant number of people who have undergone treatment for cancer over the past several decades may not have ever actually had the disease, admits a new report commissioned by the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI).
Monster Storm Hurricane Michael Generating 31-Foot Waves With 145 MPH Winds That Will Leave Some Areas ‘Uninhabitable’ For Months
As Hurricane Michael prepares to make landfall in just a few hours, the storm is taking a hard turn to the east, so areas like Jacksonville, Saint Augustine and other areas could see some hard rain and very high winds. Hurricane Michael is slated to also affect areas as far north as the Carolinas.
To Deal with Leftists, Imagine You’re Confronting Satan
If you’re a conned-servative who gets sand thrown in his eyes, his kneecaps kicked off and slashed with a broken bottle and then still fights the next time by Queensberry rules, this article isn’t for you. But if you’re disturbed by the Left’s behavior these last years and want to know how to handle these people whose “mask has been dropping,” understand this: Behind that mask is the Devil.
Could America Ever Successfully Be Occupied by a Foreign Power?
It would be nearly impossible for an outside power to successfully invade the United States. /or would it? What about the resolve of the people? What are the motivations at work here?
Massive Google cover-up exposed: Hundreds of thousands of users compromised; Google tried to sweep it under the rug
Not that anyone ever really used it anyway, but social networking site Google Plus is officially going the way of the dodo bird after it was revealed that private data on hundreds of thousands of users was leaked due to a “bug.”
Headlines – 10/11/2018
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