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Jun 13, 2013
Former CIA Analyst: Snowden Did The Right Thing
JAISAL NOOR, TRNN PRODUCER: Welcome to The Real News Network. I'm Jaisal Noor in Baltimore.     Twenty-nine-year-old Edward Snowden has come forward as the man responsible for the largest leak in NSA history. ...[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Scientists' dire warning: GM salmon will breed with trout and permanently harm the ecosystem
Remember all those industry claims that genetically-modified (GM) AquAdvantage salmon would not be harmful to the environment in any way, and would not breed with other fish because it is inherently sterile? These are both lies, according to a new study out of Canada, which found that "Frankensalmon" is fully capable of breeding with other salmon, as well as other fish species such as trout. This same study also found that the resulting hybrid fish can persist in the wild, permanently damaging entire ecosystems....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Supreme Court rules in favor of national DNA database, allowing police to forcibly seize DNA without a warrant
The supreme law of the United States has just voted 5-4 in favor of a National DNA database. In Maryland v. King, the court upheld the right of police to arrest and forcibly take DNA samples from individuals, without even issuing a search warrant....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Latest research - Scientists discover correlation between GMOs and leukemia
As if there isn't enough reason to avoid genetically modified food, new research has discovered GMOs are linked with leukemia and anemia. The study found that Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) used in bioengineered seeds has a substantial adverse effect on blood cells and bone marrow cell proliferation. Even at the lowest dose, the effects were deemed virulent to proper cell health....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
China destroys multiple shipments of GM corn from US
Several large shipments of genetically-modified (GM) corn and corn seeds originating from the U.S. have been destroyed by the Chinese government after being discovered by import officials at numerous locations across the country. At least three shipments of GM corn detected at the Wanzai Port in Zhuhai City near Macau were reportedly destroyed after being successfully intercepted by government officials, while another 21 cartons of GM corn seeds weighing more than 250 pounds were destroyed in the northern Chinese city of Harbin....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Govt wants all cars to track driver behavior, seatbelt usage and more
"Black boxes" are being secretly installed in newer vehicles. These boxes are recording driver behavior, seat belt usage, and more. A newly proposed law could make these recording devices mandatory for most new vehicles, as the auto industry and big government work hand in hand to provide "driver safety"....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Extra virgin olive oil prevents abnormal brain tangle formation to prevent Alzheimer's disease
The number of people suffering from Alzheimer's dementia worldwide currently totals 30 million, with new cases expected to triple by the year 2050. What has changed over the past 50 years to account for such an epidemic rise in this once extremely rare disease, now being diagnosed more increasingly in younger individuals under the age of 40? The most obvious answer is found with an examination of the fast-paced, processed diet eaten by a growing number of people that replaces natural monounsaturated fats with hydrogenated trans-fats that compete for placement in cell walls....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Ginger is definitely your friend when it comes to health matters
Ginger, botanically known as zingiber officinale, is native to South East Asia and it is quite appreciated for the aromatic and pungent flavor it adds to meals. The ginger rhizome is covered with a brownish skin and its flesh varies between yellow, white and red colors, depending on the kind....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
African children being used as lab rats in heinous vaccine medical experiments
Parents of dozens of African children severely injured by a combination meningitis vaccine known as MenAfriVac are demanding answers following a recent declaration by government officials that the vaccine was somehow not the culprit in the tragedy. According to an investigative report by VacTruth.com's Christina England, at least 500 children in the small village of Gouro in Chad were held hostage last December by so-called "humanitarian" groups, who forced them to receive the deadly MenAfriVac vaccine, which in many of them caused severe convulsions, paralysis, or worse....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
NSA, the secret AT&T spy room, and 2 Israeli companies
Boom. Explosive revelations. The NSA is using telecom giants to spy on anybody and everybody, in a program called PRISM....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
The big flip-off: Company doesn't give feds data
The federal government may be secretly accessing Americans’ online videos, emails, photos and search histories – with the help of Apple, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook, YouTube, PalTalk, AOL and Skype – but “the world’s most private search engine” is staunchly defending its users’ privacy and civil liberties....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
IRS tells ministry: You can't talk about that
An audio recording captures an Internal Revenue Service agent stumbling and hesitating her way through a telephone call in which she tells a leader of a pro-life group that her organization must keep its religious beliefs to itself....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Investing in Schools Creates More Than Twice as Many Jobs as Military Spending
JAISAL NOOR, TRNN PRODUCER: Welcome to The Real News Network. I'm Jaisal Noor in Baltimore. And welcome to this week's edition of The PERI Report.     Now joining us is Bob Pollin. He's the founder and codirector of the PERI institute in Amherst, Massachusetts. His latest book is Back to Full Employment....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Bank Profits Soar, Wages Suffer Sharpest Decline in 60 Years
JAISAL NOOR, TRNN PRODUCER: Welcome to The Real News Network. I'm Jaisal Noor in Baltimore. And welcome to the latest edition of The Black Financial and Fraud Report with Bill Black, who now joins us from Kansas City, Missouri. ...[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Obama Defends "Big Brother" Powers
PAUL JAY, SENIOR EDITOR, TRNN: Welcome to The Real News Network. I'm Paul Jay in Baltimore.     Today, President Obama defended his surveillance programs. Here's a little bit of what he had to say....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Will U.S. even survive Obama's full term?
The rash of scandals facing Barack Obama and his administration in recent days has some people wondering if the president can survive his full term through January 2017. Britain’s Telegraph newspaper is even running the headline: “You have to wonder: Will Obama see out his full term?”...[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
50th Anniversary celebrations of the Codex Alimentarius Commission: message from the Vice-Chairperson
This message is sent to you on behalf of  FAO / Ce message vous est distribué de la part de FAO...[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
36th Session of the CAC - Information Document 2 -- ENGLISH/FRENCH
Please note that the links to the following documents for the 36th Session of the Codex Alimentarius Commission, Rome, Italy, 1 - 5 July 2013 are available on the FAO FTP server:...[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
For Action / Distribution of the Report of the 41st Session of CCFL -- English / Comments requested
SUBJECT; Distribution of the Report of the 41st Session of the Codex Committee on Food Labelling (REP 13/FL)...[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Rand Paul: Sue Obama's surveillance state
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is now looking to sue the federal government over its policy of massive data collection on American citizens, including the logging of phone calls and Internet activities....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
NSA Surveillance Scandal
In the name of keeping us safe, it’s now indisputable that the U.S. national-security state has enveloped the American people in an extensive web of surveillance, one that characterizes communist regimes. It’s just the latest episode in the sordid, dark-side history of the national-security state apparatus that was grafted onto our constitutional order as part of the Cold War....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Guess who's coming to military exercises
WASHINGTON – Even though China has displayed hostility toward the United States for having its warships into the South China Sea, Beijing has been invited to participate in the 2014 Rim of the Pacific, or RIMPAC, naval exercise to be held off Hawaii, according to report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin....[full story]
Jun 13, 2013
Texas judge accused of corruption goes on legal rampage
An investigation has been begun into allegations that a Texas judge is corrupt – to the point he even purportedly interfered in a child custody dispute involving an attorney he did not like, according to state and court records...[full story]
Jun 8, 2013
How Drug Company Money is Undermining Science
When it comes to making health care decisions, which can deeply impact your life, you need access to truthful, unbiased information and science, or at least access to a physician who does....[full story]
Jun 8, 2013
Seven natural products to use for all of your body care needs
The skin is the largest organ in the body and everything you put on your skin is absorbed into the bloodstream. There are many toxic chemicals added to commercial body care products that have been shown to affect the body's immune system, reproductive system and nervous system. However, there are many natural products that can be used in all of your body care needs. Here are seven inexpensive natural ingredients that can be used to replace the unnecessary chemicals in many of your personal care products....[full story]