Senators demand answers about IRS use of secret cellphone tracking systems

Two top senators are probing use by the Internal Revenue Service of secret cellphone tracking systems that are more often utilized by federal or local law enforcement agencies. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen admitted this week that the agency does use the technology, known as cell-site simulators, or StingRays. The admission came after a report by The Guardian that indicated the IRS has spent more than $71,000 to upgrade a version of the device and to receive training from a company that manufactures the devices. 

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Plane catches fire on takeoff at Florida airport, 15 hurt

An engine on a passenger jet bound for Caracas, Venezuela, burst into flames while taxiing for takeoff at a Florida airport on Thursday, forcing frightened passengers to exit the plane using inflatable emergency slides.

Fifteen people were injured, including one with serious burn wounds, as 101 passengers and crew evacuated the Dynamic International Airways' Boeing 767-200ER within minutes of the pilots realizing there was a problem.

Rape and cannibalism in South Sudan, African Union says

The African Union (AU) has accused government and rebel forces in South Sudan of extreme violence since the conflict erupted at the end of 2013. A commission of inquiry found evidence of killings, torture, mutilations and rape, mostly against civilians, as well as episodes of forced cannibalism. However, it specified that genocide had not been committed during the conflict. 

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TB 'joins HIV as most deadly infection'

Tuberculosis now ranks alongside HIV as the world's most deadly infectious disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) says. Each accounted for between 1.1 million and 1.2 million deaths in 2014. The WHO said the tuberculosis figures were unacceptable for a disease that could be cured.  

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Austrians snapping up shotguns as thousands of Mideast refugees enter country

Hand guns and rifle sales are spiking in Austria, with some shops reporting they are running out of stocks of shotguns, since no license is needed to buy them. “Yes, I can confirm, the demand in Austria for weapons is growing. My revenue doubled in September. And in October it has doubled again, and we are still in October,” a gun shop owner told RT.

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Panic As Muslim Migrants March Through Hannover And Claim Germany For Allah

Muslim migrants, no longer pretending to be “refugees”, marched through the city streets waving the black flag of ISIS and claiming the land for Allah. I don’t know how many times we have to say it – but – they are not refugees and they are not migrants. They are Islamic jihadis who are acting en masse to claim Europe for Allah and Islam.  

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75 Years Ago, Rabbi Predicted Russia as Biblical “Gog” and the Similarities Are Shocking

Based on chapters 38 and 39 of Ezekiel, Shvili predicted that the major world power involved in the war of Gog and Magog would be Russia. He specified that it would not be England, though at the time of his predictions, England was the more logical choice for Gog, being much more powerful and more active as a global power.  

“Son of man, set your face toward Gog of the land of Magog, the prince of Rosh, Meshech and Tubal, and prophesy against him and say, ‘Thus says the Lord GOD, “Behold, I am against you, O Gog, prince of Rosh, Meshech and Tubal.…” (Ezekiel 38:2-3)

Either way I've known for a long time that the war of Gog and Magog would be between Russia and Israel. Anyone that reads the bible and truly studies it would know this to be true.


Jerome Christenson: Meat: It's still what's for dinner, despite what the WHO says

Put down that ham sandwich and step slowly away from the table. Lunch is out to kill us. Or so says the World Health Organization. Yup, down in WHO-ville they’ve determined that those creatures which walk on four legs, whether they cleave the hoof, chew the cud or no, may well be unfit to eat — Leviticus or no Leviticus.  

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White House won’t back its own FBI director, denies ‘Ferguson effect’ has cops overly cautious

If you know any cops at all, ask them. They’ll tell you. Every time it becomes necessary to deal with a potential lawbreaker - whether we’re talking about a simple traffic stop or someone getting violent with the cop or with someone else - it’s always in their back of their minds that the slightest aggressive move could result in the media showing up and completely misrepresenting the situation, or worse, someone shooting a video with their phone, then editing the footage so they can upload it to YouTube and further the fashionable narrative of thuggish cops preying on the citizenry.  

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Israel welcomes French proposal for Netanyahu-Abbas meeting

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is ready to meet with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas “anyplace and anytime,” an official in the Prime Minister’s Office said Tuesday in response to a French effort to set up such an encounter. The trouble, the official said, “is that the Palestinians have refused such a meeting.”  

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Record-Breaking 408 Earthquakes Hit Bay Area City Over Past 2 Weeks

A whopping 408 earthquakes have hit San Ramon, California, in the past two weeks, including 11 in one 24-hour stretch. This record-breaking earthquake swarm is nothing to fear, however, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Periods of tectonic unrest are common in the area and probably don't presage a larger quake, the USGS said. 

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Alibaba's Revenue Is Boosted by Mobile

Chinese consumers still have room to spend and are willing to do so, e-commerce giantAlibaba Group Holding Ltd. said on Tuesday after reporting quarterly financial results that cheered investors. Alibaba Executive Vice Chairman Joe Tsai said wage growth and considerable savings would empower consumers even as the world’s No. 2 economy slows to its lowest rate of growth since 2009.

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Walmart Seeks Permit to Do Tests With Drones

Walmart applied to federal regulators on Monday for permission to test drones for home delivery and for use at its distribution centers and stores.
In pushing ahead with drone technology, the company follows Amazon, which has been trumpeting its “Prime Air” drone delivery plans since 2013.

Angry China shadows US warship near man-made islands

A U.S. guided-missile destroyer sailed close to one of China's man-made islands in the South China Sea on Tuesday, drawing an angry rebuke from Beijing, which said it had tracked and warned the ship and called in the U.S. ambassador to protest.

The USS Lassen's patrol was the most significant U.S. challenge yet to the 12-nautical-mile territorial limits China claims around artificial islands it has built up in the Spratly archipelago as Beijing exercises its growing maritime power.

Venus, Jupiter and Mars line up for skyline spectacle

Venus, Jupiter and Mars can all be seen together in the sky this week, in a rare grouping of the three planets. The planetary conjunction - in which planets "line up" due to the timing of their orbits around the Sun - has been visible for days and will continue until at least the end of the week. The planets are best seen before sunrise and will form a particularly neat triangle on Thursday.  

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An asteroid the size of a battleship will fly past the Earth-Moon system on Oct. 31st.

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Doctor's outrage at 'refugees pushing German hospitals to breaking point'

The female anaesthetist said the German health service has been completely overwhelmed by the influx of Muslim asylum-seekers who are REFUSING to be treated by female medics. In a furious outburst the experienced doctor said hospitals simply cannot cope because so many of the migrants require treatments for diseases long since eradicated in Europe.  

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‘Strategic depopulation’ of Syria likely cause of EU refugee crisis – Assange

Transparency organization WikiLeaks has looked through its diplomatic cables and unearthed “an interesting speculation about the refugee movement,” Assange said in an interview with Geek news site, ThePressProject. “So, the speculation was this: Occasionally opponents of a country would engage in strategic depopulation, which is to decrease the fighting capacity of a government,” he explained.  

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Public health scare as killer ANTHRAX disease found in Britain

Scientists in hazard suits cordoned off a large area of land and referred several people for medical check-ups after receiving confirmation the killer disease had resurfaced. It is the first confirmed case of Anthrax reported in Britain since 2006.  

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Islamic invasion pulls trigger: Europe now scrambles for guns

A Czech TV report confirms that long guns – shotguns and rifles – have been flying off the shelves in Austria, and Austrians who haven’t already purchased a gun may not have a chance to get one for some time. They’re all sold out. And those arming themselves are primarily women.  

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Pair of Tropical Threats in Indian Ocean, India, Oman and Yemen on Alert

The North Indian Ocean is now entering its second peak of the tropical season. This surge occurs during the months of October and November, following a period of less activity during the monsoon season that started in late May.

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Ole Miss takes down its state flag with Confederate emblem

The Mississippi flag was taken down from the state’s public university Monday morning, after student leaders, faculty and staff called for its removal because of its prominent Confederate emblem.

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WHO: Processed meat linked to cancer; red meat is risky too

Hot dogs, bacon, cold cuts and other processed meats raise the risk of colon, stomach and other cancers, and red meat probably contributes to the disease, too, the World Health Organization said Monday, throwing its considerable authority behind what many doctors have been warning for years.

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3 ominous words of Jesus emerge at Ground Zero

"The last words of the Sermon, the last to appear in red on the fused page, describe a great fall, the collapse of a building," Cahn told WND. "The building falls as the result of a storm. It cannot withstand the forces that come against it because it's not grounded on the rock. The rock represents the Word of God."  

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Small earthquake strikes in area of recent swarms in San Ramon

The area has seen more than 200 small quakes in recent weeks, part of a swarm that started Oct. 15. Seismologists have said there isn't anything to fear over the swarm. They say the Calaveras Fault is releasing tension, and the chances of a quake above magnitude 6.7 is only 7 percent within the next 30 years  

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Heading for Britain: ISIS sends ASSASSINS into UN refugee camps to murder Christians

ISLAMIC STATE (ISIS) assassins are infiltrating refugee camps and MURDERING Christians in their beds, it was claimed today. The fanatical jihadis are sending teams of trained killers into camps disguised as refugees to kidnap and kill vulnerable Christians.  

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Does Mike Huckabee Know Where the Ark of the Covenant Is Buried?

Moskoff's's theories go beyond the ark's location. He claims that the CIA is "interested" in his "findings" and that the spy agency has interfered with archeological digs to prevent the discovery of biblical artifacts. Why would the spy service do this? Because the unearthing of such items, including the ark, would strengthen Israel's claim to disputed territory.  

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Powerful earthquake strikes northern Afghanistan

A powerful earthquake has struck northern Afghanistan, with tremors felt as widely as Pakistan and northern India. The magnitude 7.5 quake was centred in the mountainous Hindu Kush region, 45km (28 miles) south-west of Jarm, the US Geological Survey reported. In Pakistan, local news channels showed people evacuating office buildings. 

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Refugees will freeze to death, warn EU heads

Migrants crossing the Balkans will begin freezing to death as winter approaches, the head of European Union has said, as leaders warned the continent was "falling apart" trying to deal with the biggest humanitarian crisis since the Second World War. ..."Every day counts," he said. "Otherwise we will soon see families in cold rivers in the Balkans perish miserably."  

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South Sudan war: 30,000 people face starvation, UN warns

At least 30,000 people are facing starvation in South Sudan, the UN has said. Three UN agencies warned that a famine could develop in southern Unity State, where fighting has prevented deliveries of humanitarian aid. Two years of civil war have left nearly 4m people - particularly young children - facing severe hunger, the UN said.

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Hurricane Patricia potentially catastrophic as it nears Mexico

Hurricane Patricia strengthened into a potentially catastrophic Category 5 storm as it churned toward Mexico's Pacific coast, having grown at an "incredible rate" in the past 12 hours, the World Meteorological Organization said on Friday. "Patricia is now the strongest ever hurricane to hit the eastern north Pacific region," 

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Report: US Spied on Israel, Prepared to Destroy Israeli Bombers to Protect Iran

In an explosive report we learn that ever since 2012, the United States has been spying on Israel in order to prevent the Jewish State from attacking suspected Iranian nuclear sites, according to Friday’s Wall Street Journal.

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Things Are Getting Scary: Global Police, Precrime and the War on Domestic ‘Extremists’

If you believe in and exercise your rights under the Constitution (namely, your right to speak freely, worship freely, associate with like-minded individuals who share your political views, criticize the government, own a weapon, demand a warrant before being questioned or searched, or any other activity viewed as potentially anti-government, racist, bigoted, anarchic or sovereign), you have just been promoted to the top of the government’s terrorism watch list.  

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Scientists at Large Hadron Collider hope to make contact with PARALLEL UNIVERSE in days

The staggeringly complex LHC ‘atom smasher’ at the CERN centre in Geneva, Switzerland, will be fired up to its highest energy levels ever in a bid to detect - or even create - miniature black holes.
If successful a completely new universe will be revealed – rewriting not only the physics books but the philosophy books too.

Nearly 200 earthquakes shake San Ramon

An earthquake swarm continues to shake the San Ramon Valley with almost 200 temblors rippling through the region through Monday afternoon... A quake storm hit the same region last week, the most prominent being a 3.4 shaker that struck near San Ramon at 6:10 a.m. Thursday. It was felt as far north as Vallejo and as far south as Pleasanton.  

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Top cleric: Jews to build new temple for devil worship

TEL AVIV – In a sermon broadcast on official Palestinian television, a well-known cleric claimed that in the future, Jews will build a temple outside of the area of the Temple Mount, where they will worship the devil. The Muslim preacher, Sheik Khaled Al-Mughrabi, who gives classes twice per week in the Al-Aqsa Mosque, further taught that at the “end of time,” Muslims will seek out and destroy Jews wherever they are.  

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Ebola worst infectious disease in world, says Ulster Hospital medic

An Ulster Hospital doctor honoured for his work helping victims of the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone has described it as "the worst infectious disease in the world - in a class of its own".  

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World Turning Against Jerusalem in Fulfillment of Biblical Prophecy

HEAVY SNOW WARNING: Worst El Nino in recorded HISTORY means UK faces winter WHITE-OUT

The knock-on effects around the globe, which include unusually cold winters in Britain, could be catastrophic. The last El Nino, six years ago, saw the UK crippled by the worst winter for decades with widespread harsh frosts, sub-zero temperatures and heavy snow setting in from early December and lasting until March.  

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In Violent Jerusalem Tug-of-War, Biblical Prophecy Unfolding Before Our Eyes

the Kotel is a part of the outer, western retaining wall of the Second Holy Temple that was destroyed in the year 70 CE. It has been sacred to Jews and Christians for 2,000 years. The millenia-long holiness of the Kotel derives from its association with the Temple Mount, where the two previous Holy Temples stood. 

“And it shall come to pass on that day that I will make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all peoples; all who bear it shall be gashed, and all the nations of the earth shall gather against it.” (Zechariah 12:3)


China economy logs weakest growth since 2009

China's economic growth dipped below 7 percent for the first time since the global financial crisis on Monday, hurt partly by cooling investment, raising pressure on Beijing to further cut interest rates and take other measures to stoke activity. The world's second-largest economy grew 6.9 percent between July and September from a year ago, the National Bureau of Statistics said...but down from 7 percent in the previous three months.  

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State Department: Yeah, Christianity Is Under Attack Worldwide

With the rise of the Islamic State the world has witnessed the persecution of Christians at an alarming rate. But the religious group is being targeted well beyond the confines of the Middle East, the State Department’s annual International Religious Liberty report found.

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Do We Need To Worry About Gog and Magog?

Almost every end-time teaching today has Gog/Magog invading Israel before the coming of Messiah. All the Biblical nations mentioned in this invasion have been matched up with today’s countries and are being carefully monitored. With Russia’s sudden reentry into the Middle East allied with Syria and Iran many are asking nervously, “is this Gog’s Axis of Evil?”  

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