Pentagon: 1,700 bombs dropped in US-led war on ISIL
The Pentagon says the US and its allies have dropped more than 1,700 bombs in air assault on the ISIL terrorist group in Iraq and Syria.
Spain’s economy grew an estimated 0.5% and added 151,000 jobs in the third quarter, driven by a strong summer tourist season, lower borrowing costs and confidence that one of the eurozone’s strongest recoveries is still on track.
Global Consumer-Products Giant: ‘Really Tough out There’ – Unilever Warns About Stagnation In The US, Quagmire In Europe; And In China, Oh My, Sales Plunged 20%. Sudden Slowdown This Quarter.
Oil, power and conspiracy. In recent months the price of oil has fallen massively. That has hit Russia, Iran and Venezuela particularly hard. Conspiracy theories abound as to the source of the current supply glut.
FREE SHIPPING GETTING EXPENSIVE “Retailers including Amazon.com Inc., Best Buy Co. and Gap Inc. are boosting the amount online shoppers must spend to qualify for free shipping, hoping to cover the growing cost of providing the perk. On average, a customer now has to spend $82 on merchandise to qualify for free shipping, based on July data from 113 major retailers—up from $76 the same month a year earlier, according to StellaService Inc., which collects data about online shopping.” [WSJ]
POTENTIAL CREDIT CARD BREACH AT STAPLES Several stores across the Northeast appear to have been targeted. [HuffPost]
Stock Market Today: Stock Futures Rally on China GDP, Apple Earnings
U.S. stock futures are rising steadily after Chinese gross domestic product for the July-September quarter rose 7.3%, exceeding forecasts.
Bold Predictions for Cowboys Showdown
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McCoy's Long Road Back to Starting - WashingtonTimes.com
BERLIN (AP) — Hamburger SV drew 1-1 with Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga on Sunday but was left to rue missed chances as it remained in the relegation zone - Associated Press
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TV: Unprecedented catastrophe underway at Fukushima… Radioactive material will keep coming across to North America for centuries — Gundersen: Melted nuclear fuel to bleed into ocean for decades, perhaps centuries… Entire Pacific is being contaminated (VIDEO)
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BC Hydro hopes to have service restored to everyone by this afternoon. Environment Canada has lifted both the rain and wind warnings.
Turkey is allowing Kurdish Peshmerga fighters from Iraq to use Turkish territory to cross into Syria to reinforce fighters defending Kobani. FULL STORY
North Korea leader Kim is still in charge, has leg injury: source. By Benjamin Kang Lim and James Pearson BEIJING/SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is in firm control of his government but hurt his leg taking part in a military drill, a source with access to the secretive North's leadership said, playing down speculation over the 31-year-old's… Reuters
War against Isis: US strategy in tatters as militants march on World View: American-led air attacks are failing. Jihadis are close to taking Kobani, in Syria – and in Iraq western Baghdad is now under serious threat'
South African civil society has happily drunk the cool aid in tacitly agreeing to cut salaries and de-professionalise their own organisations. While donors don't blink at financing international NGOs to recruit highly qualified fundraisers, researchers and project designers, local civil society has allowed them to drive salaries and operational costs forever lower turning our organisations into largely bankrupt, mute and cheap service delivery organisations. Call it the Walmart approach, but funding from donors pretty much embodies the principle of keeping the supplier on the verge of bankruptcy to ensure uncritical compliance. Read more
Monica Lewinsky: Drudge Ruined My Life. Lewinsky blames her humiliation on everybody except for the married President with whom she had sexual relations
October 20, 2014 Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta dies at 82 The fashion legend, whose fashion designs were worn by film stars, royal figures and First Ladies, died after a battle with cancer
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Queen Rania of Jordan paid a short visit to Sharjah, United Arab Emirates,
where she participated in the “Investing In the Future” conference (IIF MENA) which was held for refugee children in the MENA region. The Queen addressed the audience during the opening ceremony and highlighted the problems facing the refugees and their hosting communities. Her Majesty noted that “the year 2014 has witnessed the largest human displacement; one disaster Continue reading →
Vitamin C Prevents Radiation Damage: Nutritional Medicine in Japan
STOPPING SCHIZOPHRENIA BEFORE IT STARTS “That first psychotic break can lead to a series of disasters: social isolation, hospitalization, medications with sometimes disabling side effects, and future psychotic episodes. So, what if you could intervene earlier, before any of that? Could you stop the process from snowballing?” [NPR]
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