Facebook Launches Cryptocurrency

June 19, 2019

Facebook has announced it’s launching a cryptocurrency next year called Libra. Experts call this Facebook’s “most invasive” form of surveillance yet.

Mississippi River Could Jump the Tracks

June 12, 2019

Flooding on the Mississippi River is raising concerns that it could overwhelm a Corps of Engineers structure in Louisiana that keeps it from changing course with consequences that could cost hundreds of billions of dollars.

New Catholic Group to Investigate Cardinals

October 3, 2018

5) Time running out for tsunami survivors; 4) Catholic group to issue “red hat report” on cardinals; 3) Secret Service intercepts envelope with ricin mailed to President Trump; 2) Chinese warship confronts US destroyer; 1)

Indonesia Tsunami Kills More Than 800

October 1, 2018

5) Death toll from Indonesia quake and tsunami hits 832; 4) Goodbye NAFTA, hello USMCA; 3) US sues California over net neutrality law; 2) India nationalizes collapsing bank; 1) Facebook hack affects 50 million users.

Courts vs. the unborn

April 25, 2018

Appeals courts have ruled against the states of Indiana and Ohio in cases that offered greater protection to the unborn.

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