Mysterious Explosions Heard In Massachusetts

A series of what people described as loud explosions were heard in Agawam and Suffield, Connecticut on Saturday and Sunday night.
Residents and police reported that they heard a couple of loud noises on Saturday night. Then on Sunday there were three or four more. It was loud enough to shake some houses and scare resident’s pets.

Dead dolphins wash up on Georgia’s Black Sea coastline

A total of 19 dead dolphins were spotted this month washed up along the coastline from Ganmukhuri to Sarpi, reports.
Authorities said they didn’t know the exact cause of death but suggested it could be a result of dolphin morbillivirus, a virus that infects marine mammals.

We Are Making Certain Parts Of The US Way More Vulnerable To Earthquakes

Seismic activity is no longer dependent on natural causes. Human activity is playing a role as well.
The US Geological Survey recently mapped all the places that are most likely to be damaged by human-induced earthquakes in 2016. This is the first time the USGS has accounted for the quakes we are causing.

Image Of Rib Steak Goes Viral In Mexico After Horns And Face Of Satan Were Spotted In The Meat

This rib steak has become the the most famous in Mexico after people commented on its striking resemblance to the face and horns of the Devil.
A local website posted the bizarre cut of meat on its Facebook and it has since gone viral. 
The steak is believed to have come from Mexico's largest meat processor SuKarne and the picture taken in La Paz in Baja California Sur.

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Why hasn't ISIS attacked Israel?

ISIS will continue to shock Europe for several months to come. There is no room for optimism and no sudden miracle will occur. Pessimists are already saying that Europe is "finished," for at least the next year, as intelligence comes out of impending attacks on stadiums, cup matches, tourist sites, event halls, restaurants, trains, and airports.

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Washington state's only nuclear power plant unexpectedly shut down

Washington state's only nuclear power plant has been shut down after operators received an indication that a system used to cool equipment wasn't working. Officials said there was no release of radiation and no danger to the public.

The Columbia Generating Station near Richland was shut down about 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Energy Northwest spokesman John Dobken said.

Pentagon Orders Hundreds of Military Family Members to Leave Turkey

The State Department and Pentagon have issued a departure order to family members of American military personnel and diplomats in Turkey, citing increased threats from terrorist groups.

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April 19: Temple Of Baal In New York Is Going Up Same Day The Blood Sacrifice To The Beast Begins

(Michael Snyder) I am about to share with you some absolutely astounding information. It turns out that the exact day when reproductions of the arch that stood in front of the Temple of Baal are going to be erected in Times Square in New York City and in Trafalgar Square in London is also the exact day when a very important occult festival related to the worship of Baal begins. April 19th is the first day of a 13 day period of time known as “the Blood Sacrifice to the Beast” that culminates on the high occult holy day of Beltane on May 1st.

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Top German Journalist Admits Mainstream Media Is Completely Fake: "We All Lie For The CIA"

With the increasing propaganda wars, we thought a reminder of just how naive many Westerners are when it comes to their news-feed. As Arjun Walia, of, notes,  Dr. Ulfkotte went on public television stating that he was forced to publish the works of intelligence agents under his own name, also adding that noncompliance with these orders would result in him losing his job.

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Border Fence Down: Border Patrol Union Says Breach Brings Terrorist Concerns

The head of the National Border Patrol Council says a breach in the fence along a ten-mile area in remote areas of the Mexico-Arizona border should cause concern about terrorist threats. An email from a Border Patrol agent reported that the stretch along the Arizona-Mexico border had the fence cut in order to allow access into the United States from Mexico.

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Jewish Group Prepares New Battle Against Israel Boycott

The head of an organization representing Jewish communities worldwide says it is launching a new initiative to counter the anti-Israel boycott movement on college campuses.

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Capitol returning to normal day after intruder is shot

The U.S. Capitol complex was set to return to normal Tuesday, a day after police say officers shot and wounded a man who pulled a weapon at a security checkpoint as he entered the underground Capitol Visitor Center.
Capitol Police identified the man as 66-year-old Larry R. Dawson of Tennessee. He was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and assault on a police officer while armed. Dawson was taken to a local hospital and underwent surgery. Late Monday, police said he was in stable but critical condition.

Alaska volcano ash cloud covers 400 miles, cancels flights

Strong winds Monday pushed an ash cloud from an Alaska volcano into the heart of the state, grounding flights and limiting travel to western and northern communities off the road system.

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North Korean nuclear threats spotlight US missile defense

As North Korea rattles its nuclear saber, threatening to bomb the U.S. at "any moment," a nerve-jangling question hangs in the air: If Pyongyang did launch a nuclear-armed missile at an American city, could the Pentagon's missile defenses overcome their spotty test record and shoot it down beyond U.S. shores?

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Tensions Are Mounting Between Russia, China, And Japan In The Pacific

Japan on Monday switched on a radar station in the East China Sea, giving it a permanent intelligence gathering post close to Taiwan and a group of islands disputed by Japan and China, drawing an angry response from Beijing. 

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ISIS plans attacks on Jewish kindergartens in Turkey

The information on the planned attack was obtained after the arrest of six ISIS militants in the city of Gaziantep last week. Apparently the main target of the terrorists was Istanbul’s Great Synagogue which has a community center and a school nearby. "It is more than credible threat.

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Corporate Debt Defaults Explode To Catastrophic Levels Not Seen Since The Last Financial Crisis

Michael Snyder) If a new financial crisis had already begun, we would expect to see corporate debt defaults skyrocket, and that is precisely what is happening. As you will see below, corporate defaults are currently at the highest level that we have seen since 2009. A wave of bankruptcies is sweeping the energy industry, but it isn’t just the energy industry that is in trouble. In fact, the average credit rating for U.S. corporations is now lower than it was at any point during the last recession.

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Franklin Graham Tells Terrorists Who Killed Christians on Easter: 'Every Knee Will Bow to Jesus'

The Rev. Franklin Graham is responding to the news that Islamic terrorists killed 70 Pakistani Christians, mostly women and children, on Easter Sunday in Lahore by stating that the world will not bow down to Islam; but instead "every knee" will bow to Jesus.
"As Christians we know that when death comes to someone who has trusted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, we are ushered into the presence of our Heavenly Father and will live for eternity in His presence. The grave has no hold on the believer," Graham said in a Facebook message.

The Rev. Franklin Graham is responding to the news that Islamic terrorists killed 70 Pakistani Christians, mostly women and children, on Easter Sunday in Lahore by stating that the world will not bow down to Islam; but instead "every knee" will bow to Jesus.
The Rev. Franklin Graham is responding to the news that Islamic terrorists killed 70 Pakistani Christians, mostly women and children, on Easter Sunday in Lahore by stating that the world will not bow down to Islam; but instead "every knee" will bow to Jesus.  


Mississippi reports first case of Zika virus

Zika is a mosquito-borne virus that may cause birth defects if contracted during pregnancy. The virus is primarily spread through bites from a specific mosquito. Zika virus infection can cause a mild illness with symptoms including fever, rash, joint pain and red eyes. However, 80 percent of those infected show no symptoms and death is rare.

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Russia, U.S. set August deadline to push Syria peace talks

The United Nations-sponsored talks in Geneva mark the most serious effort yet to end the war that has killed more than a quarter of a million people. The conflict has sparked a refugee exodus to Europe and given Islamic State a safe haven from which to expand across the region and plot terror attacks such as Tuesday's bombings in Belgium. The attacks that killed 31 and injured 270 in Brussels, the worst in Belgium's history, have given an added sense of urgency to efforts to end the Syrian crisis.

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France stops imminent terror attack while Belgian police arrest 6 in raid

It said the arrests were made during police searches in the Brussels boroughs of Schaerbeek in the north and Jette in the west, as well as in the center of Brussels itself.

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Giant Holes Found In Siberia Could Be Signs Of A Ticking Climate ‘Time Bomb

When a helicopter pilot spotted the first crater in summer 2014, everyone was baffled. The 100-foot-wide hole appeared on the Yamal Peninsula seemingly out of nowhere, during a tense season of Russian military action in Ukraine and international sanctions. And then more appeared. Lacking a better explanation, aliens and underground missiles were floated as possible theories, according The Washington Post.

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China 'detains 20 over Xi resignation letter'

The letter was posted earlier this month on a state-backed website Wujie News.
Although quickly deleted by the authorities, a cached version can still be found online.
In most countries the contents of the letter would be run-of-the-mill political polemic.
"Dear Comrade Xi Jinping, we are loyal Communist Party members," it begins, and then cuts to the chase.

TB cases increase in U.S. for first time in 23 years

The number of tuberculosis cases in the United States rose last year for the first time in nearly a quarter-century, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday.

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District Invites Satan Into U.S. Classrooms

A school in Colorado has given atheist organizations the green light to distribute some satanic information to students in middle and high schools. Why? As Delta County School District’s Assistant Superintendent Kurt Clay explained: Administrators don’t want to be guilty of discrimination.

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Church of England turns Jesus into drug addict

A former drug addict takes the place of Jesus – wearing a crown of thorns made from syringes – as part of a shock tactic advertisement the Church of England hopes will attract new worshippers this Easter.

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Document Proves Truth Of 22 New Testament Books

As millions celebrate the death and resurrection of Christ this weekend, a millenniums-old document proves the truth of the New Testament. “What is noteworthy for our purposes here is that the Muratorian fragment affirms 22 of the 27 books of the New Testament. These include the four Gospels, Acts, all 13 epistles of Paul, Jude, 1 John, 2 John (and possibly 3rd John), and Revelation. 

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Gaddafi, Assad Warned of Terror Epidemic in Europe, But No One Listened

Libya's late leader Muammar Gaddafi and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad warned that terrorism would be on the rise in Europe if Western leaders help to destabilize the two countries, but no one listened. As a result, Libya and Syria have been plunged into chaos and now Europe has to grapple with a string of gruesome terrorist attacks.

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FBI counter-terror expert sees historic Islam pivot

The Muslim Brotherhood and its various offshoots have chosen 2016 as the year they will turn their focus away from the Middle East and toward the Western democracies seen as ripe for revolutionary activity, says a former FBI counter-terrorism specialist and Islam expert.