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Workers At Closing Goodyear Tire Plant Take Their Bosses Hostage
'Boss-napping' returns in France as unionists lock up Goodyear executives. Read more...
David Gregory Badgers John Kerry Over Iranian Negotiations
I didn't know it was David Gregory's job to act as a mouthpiece for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but that's exactly what the viewers were treated to this Sunday on Meet the Press. Read more...
Swiss Study: Polonium Found In Arafats' Bones
Scientists find at least 18 times the normal levels of radioactive element in late Palestinian leader'€™s remains. Read more...
Fox's Williams Calls Out Fellow Pundits For Claiming US Has The Best Health Care System
Every once in a while, Fox;s Juan Williams gets one right, and this segment from Fox's Cashin' In this Saturday was one of them. Read more...
Some rare good news out of the Fukushima region. Read more...

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Alex Jones: Syria Diplomacy A Plot To Extinguish Humans So Obama And Elitists Can Be Cyborgs
Fringe conservative radio host Alex Jones said this week that an effort to avert a U.S. attack on Syria with diplomacy was actually a United Nations plot for the extinction of the human race, which would be replaced by "globalists" like President Barack Obama who would become cyborgs by using "life-extension technologies." Read more...
Syria’s Jihadi Migration Emerges As Top Terror Threat In Europe, Beyond
European security chiefs see the flow of extremists to and from Syria as their top terrorist threat. Read more...
According to the National Review's Jim Geraghty, being criticized by the French is something to be deeply ashamed of. Read more...
Bolivian President Evo Morales's plane was rerouted to Austria after France and Portugal barred it from crossing their airspace due to concerns it may be ferrying NSA leaker, Edward Snowden. Read more...
A new strain of coronavirus claims another life...this time in France. A 65-year-old man who had been traveling in Dubai has died from the illness, the French health ministry said. He was the first Frenchman to fall ill from the SARS-like coronavirus. The World Health Organization says the virus, which causes coughing, fever and pneumonia, can likely be passed between humans, but only after prolonged, close contact. Out of 44 confirmed cases worldwide, 23 people have now died with most of those infected having traveled in the Middle East. Read more...