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While the state of Illinois’ credit rating teeters just above junk, the City of Harford beats them to the punch

Despite the fact that the state of Illinois finally passed a budget for the first time in three years,  Moody's ratings agency last week stated that it probably won't be enough to keep their credit rating from falling down into Junk status.  And while this eventual move by Moody's will make Illinois the first ever state to fall into that low level of credit stability, over in Connecticut the drop in credit ...

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Meanwhile in Venezuela, the Real Mad Max Emerges

While Silicon Valley seems obsessed by 'blood boys', its another part of the world that appears to have gone full Mad Max. As the following clip shows a gang of bikers chase down and attack a truck (with molotov cocktails) to steal its sugar payload. Not quite the "Guzzoline" or "Bullets" that Fury Road offers, but when all you have to eat is flamingoes or black stallions, sugar may be a good substitute wor ...

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Chemotherapy found to SPREAD cancer throughout the body, warn scientists

(Natural News) Though conventional medicine claims to be winning the war against cancer, along with the holistic health community, we at Natural News have consistently been trying to expose one of the biggest frauds known in human history: CHEMOTHERAPY. Brainwashed by doctors, oncologists, and the mainstream media, most cancer patients think their only hope for survival is chemotherapy. In America, treating ...

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‘We need more Earths’: Controversial author’s dire warning as world’s population heads for 11bn mark

On July 11, 1987, eight-pound baby boy Matej Gaspar was born to a couple in Yugoslavia. As commonplace as the event might have seemed at first, its significance was quickly recognized by the United Nations. It marked the ‘Day of the Five Billion’, the official day the Earth’s population reached that milestone. Then-UN Secretary General Javier Perez even visited the Zagreb hospital himself to hold baby Matej ...

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China has ‘teleported’ a photon in to orbit

The beginnings of the quantum age. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 ESO/M. Kornmesser In a world-first, China has succeeded in using quantum entanglement to send data to a satellite. Working out of a base station in Tibet more than 4,500 meters above sea level, the team achieved the feat thanks to Micius - a tiny quantum-enabled satellite that was launched in to orbit last year. The key to the project is a concep ...

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Mars covered in toxic chemicals that can wipe out living organisms, tests reveal

The chances of anything coming from Mars have taken a downward turn with the finding that the surface of the red planet contains a “toxic cocktail” of chemicals that can wipe out living organisms. Experiments with compounds found in the Martian soil show that they are turned into potent bactericides by the ultraviolet light that bathes the planet, effectively sterilising the upper layers of the dusty landsc ...

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Shia LaBeouf Threatens to Kill Cops Amid Drunken Arrest

***Warning: This article contains graphic language. Reader discretion advised.*** *** Disney child star and poster boy for the left’s anti-Trump hate Shia LaBeouf threatened to shoot police during a drunken arrest over the weekend. The troubled Transformers actor went off on a racist tirade Saturday morning in Savannah, Georgia, as he was being arrested for disorderly conduct. Body cam footage features LaBe ...

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Watch: Pop Star Kesha Reveals Remarkable UFO Sighting

July 11, 2017 Singer-songwriter Kesha claims that a dramatic UFO sighting in the California desert served as the inspiration for her forthcoming album. During a recent radio interview, the colorful artist known for the hit songs 'Tik Tok' and 'Timber,' revealed the remarkable encounter which she says took place at Joshua Tree National Park. During her visit to the popular site, Kesha recalled, she was stunn ...

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Las Vegas could become the Amsterdam of the West following recreational pot legalization on July 1

Sin City just became even more entrenched in their moniker on July 1 as the legalization of recreational marijuana use went into affect in the state of Nevada. Nevada was one of several states last November to have voters pass referendums allowing for both the medicinal and recreational use of pot.  And like Colorado and Washington, who have already seen the benefits of marijuana create businesses and sales ...

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A 21-Year-Old Man Has A Baby, And Doctors Say ‘Womb Transplants For Men’ Will Soon Be Possible

Do you think that men should be having babies? Years ago I remember being told that someday we would see these sorts of headlines, but such a thing seemed so impossible to me at the time. Well, now it is actually happening. Over in the UK, a 21-year-old British man named Hayden Cross has just given birth to a baby girl. But of course Hayden was not actually born a man. Hayden used to be known as “Paige Cros ...

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Court Affirms Citizens Have the Right to Defend Themselves Against Police Brutality

Newark, NJ — A court case was decided this month by an appellate court in New Jersey which affirmed that citizens are allowed to defend themselves against police brutality. The court’s decision involves the case of Darnell Reed, 33, who was beaten to a bloody pulp by officers during an arrest in 2013 in which he faced multiple charges. A jury found him not guilty on seven of the eight charges, with the only ...

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Florida Monkey Invasion Begins?

July 10, 2017 The monkey invasion of Ocala, Florida foretold last week appears to be coming to fruition and it's pretty terrifying. After video emerged of a family accosted by wild rhesus monkeys while visiting the Silver Springs State Park, wildlife experts warned that their growing population could become problematic if it spread to residential areas. Their concerns were confirmed when an Ocala man reveal ...

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