Here's some nice news, just when we were getting terminally angry at all the gun toy killers of the USA: U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell in D.C., ruled Friday the removal was "arbitrary and capricious" and violated the federal Endangered Species Act
Still live about 800 000 foxes in cramped wire cages,only to die to become an unnecessary fur product.Let the politicians a clear message with your signature: No more empty words - we require empty cage and a ban against the organized mistreatment for fur
For the first time in 14 years the farmers of Salem decided to reach their agricultural lands without permission from Israeli authorities. It wasn't long, however, before Israeli settlers and soldiers came to disturb their work.
Social Security for NAZI's that fled the US to avoid being deported were allowed to continue to reeive the Social Secerity benifits for years even after they lost thier citizenship! They want to know why Social Security is going bankrupt!
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday issued its first-ever regulations on coal ash, a toxic byproduct of burning coal for power. But to environmentalists' chagrin, the agency declined to designate the substance as a hazardous waste.
"You guys...need a different profession. Go to war, this is not a war, this is a 12-year-old kid!" says a woman standing on the sidewalk facing the officers, who do not respond to her. Another boy is pinned by other officers against another car. He cries
The TTP is back. Backdoor financial deregulation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The senators highlight three parts of the TPP that could undermine current and future efforts to regulate Wall Street and prevent another financial crisis:
Walking the streets lined with yellow taxis and street vendors, you can smell roasting sweet corn wafting from every corner. But among those who work here, the aroma conceals a prevailing atmosphere of despair.