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Bear is uninvited houseguest


By News on the Net - Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

Five Seattle police officers hurt as May Day protest turns violent


By News on the Net - Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

North Carolina mother, daughter survive 5 days in New Zealand wilderness


By News on the Net - Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

Obama Frees USS Cole Bombing Terrorist

On Thursday morning, sailors on board the USS Cole were lining up for an early lunch. Seventeen of them died as an Al Qaeda bomb on board a fishing boat tore through the hull outside the galley. The dead included 15 men and 2 women, one of whom had a young child. For three weeks the crew of the USS Cole struggled to keep their ship from sinking while working waist deep in water with bucket brigades, sleeping on the deck and living surrounded by the terrible aftermath of the terrorist attack.

The survivors, wounded and whole, received the words “Glory is the Reward of Valor” written on the bent steel removed from the site of the explosion that tore through their ship and their lives.

The President of the United States promised that justice would be done. “To those who attacked them we say: You will not find a safe harbor. We will find you and justice will prevail.”

Read more at Frontpage Magazine

By News on the Net - Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

Adorable video shows busker performing to an enthralled audience… of music-loving kittens


By News on the Net - Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

Dogs saved from dinner table as activists rescue pooches at barbaric meat festival


By News on the Net - Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

American Terrorists Shout ‘Make America Great Again!’ on ABC’s ‘Quantico’

Last week, ABC’s Quantico declared Iraq a “pointless war” and attacked Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz. Tonight, it was Donald Trump and Afghanistan’s turn in the show’s spotlight.


By News on the Net - Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

How Republicans Lost Control of the Spending Fight in Congress

Republicans arrived in Washington this year promising a return to “regular order” in Congress. It was a hallmark of Paul Ryan’s quest to be House speaker and Mitch McConnell’s way of showing that the Senate could get things done.

Gone were the days of omnibus spending bills and continuing resolutions—or the dreaded combination of the two, known as a CRomnibus. In their place would be a budget and 12 spending bills.

But four months into 2016, House Republicans have yet to approve a budget (missing the April 15 deadline) and their Senate counterparts are unable to pass even the least controversial spending bill.

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By Heritage Foundation Rob Bluey- Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

One Year of Silence on Hillary Clinton Uranium Deal

For more than a year, the mainstream media has failed to ask Hillary Clinton some very basic questions about a series of extremely troubling deals. Why?

Last Spring, my book Clinton Cash was released and it initially set off a media maelstrom. It began on April 19, 2015, with a leaked copy of the book going to the New York Times. The copy was not sent by me or my publisher. If the Clintons leaked the book with the hope of having it prematurely dismissed, that proved to be a mistake. The paper called the book “the most anticipated and feared book” of the political season. The Times went on to note that the book was hardly a hysterical attack on the Clintons, but rather, “mainly in the voice of a neutral journalist” who “meticulously documents his sources, including tax records and government documents.”

Things got worse for the Clintons a few days later when two New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporters, Jo Becker and Mike McIntire, took two of the most explosive chapters in the book and did their own digging. What they found confirmed what I had reported. They ran a 3,000-word, front-page article in the paper confirming that:

Read more at Breitbart News

By News on the Net - Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

‘Spying Billboards’ Under Fire for Tapping Into People’s Cellphones

A U.S. senator is calling for a federal investigation into an outdoor advertising company’s latest effort to target billboard ads to specific consumers.

New York Sen. Charles Schumer has dubbed Clear Channel Outdoor Americas’ so-called RADAR program “spying billboards,” warning the service may violate privacy rights by tracking people’s cell phone data via the ad space.

“A person’s cellphone should not become a James Bond-like personal tracking device for a corporation to gather information about consumers without their consent,” Schumer, a Democrat, said in a statement ahead of a planned news conference Sunday in Times Square, where the company operates billboards.

Read more on ABC News

By News on the Net - Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

Glenn Beck coats his face in Cheetos dust to look like Donald Trump

By News on the Net - Monday, May 2, 2016 - Full Story

Midtown Manhattan cathedral engulfed in flames

A 160-year-old Orthodox Christian cathedral in New York has been completely destroyed after a huge fire tore through it on Sunday

The blaze broke out at the Serbian Cathedral of Saint Sava on 25th Street in Manhattan’s Flatiron district at around 7pm.

It is not known how the fire started, though it is believed to have broken out on the first floor of the building before consuming the interior and roof.

UK Daily Mail:

By News on the Net - Sunday, May 1, 2016 - Full Story

First cruise from a US port in decades leaves Miami for Cuba

MIAMI –  Passengers set sail Sunday from Miami on an historic cruise to Cuba, the first in decades to depart from a U.S. port for the communist island nation.

Carnival Corp.‘s 704-passenger Adonia left port at 4:24 p.m., bound for Havana. Carnival’s Cuba cruises, operating under its Fathom brand, will visit the ports of Havana, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba on the seven-day outing.

The cruise comes after Cuba loosened its policy banning Cuban-born people from arriving to the country by sea, a rule that threatened to stop the cruises from happening. Restarting the cruises was an important element of a bid by President Barack Obama’s administration’s to increase tourism to Cuba after the Dec. 17, 2014, decision to restore diplomatic relations and move toward normalization.

Fox News/AP Report

By News on the Net - Sunday, May 1, 2016 - Full Story

Learn How Veterans Are Rescuing Children From Human Trafficking

By News on the Net - Sunday, May 1, 2016 - Full Story

Obama: Trump Ran for President to Promote His Hotel Business

WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Obama said in his remarks at Saturday’s White House Correspondents Dinner that Republican Donald Trump ran for president to promote his hotel business.

“The end of the Republic has never looked better,” Obama said.

Obama’s remarks were predictably harsh on Trump.

Breitbart News…

By News on the Net - Sunday, May 1, 2016 - Full Story

Virtual reality will complete transformation of children into zombies

“Four years old is a little young to see this whole movie,” Ben Affleck told the Associated Press a few weeks ago. When asked whether he would take his son to see “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” Affleck explained: “I don’t want him to have nightmares.”

Indeed, one blogger lists “7 Reasons Why You Should NOT Take Your Kids to See Batman v Superman,” including foul language and brutal violence.

But it is not just these violent superhero movies — really intended for adults — that parents might want to think twice about. It’s the entire moviegoing experience. Over the course of the past few decades, thanks to some amazing technology, going to the movies has become a much more intense experience. The screens have gotten bigger, the volume has gotten louder, the graphics have become much more realistic.

New York Post

By News on the Net - Sunday, May 1, 2016 - Full Story

CSX train derails in Northeast D.C., possible hazardous leak

WASHINGTON –A CSX freight train has derailed near the Rhode Island Avenue Metro station Sunday morning leaving several cars overturned and a hazardous leak.

Upwards of 10 cars derailed from a train bound for Hamlet, North Carolina, from Cumberland, Maryland, about 6:40 a.m., and emergency responders were working to contain a leak throughout the morning.

“CSX operations and hazardous materials personnel are working with first responders on the derailment this morning in Washington D.C.,” CSX said in a statement released about 8:45 a.m.  “The safety of the community, first responders and CSX’s employees is our highest priority.”

Full report…

By News on the Net - Sunday, May 1, 2016 - Full Story

Not who you think of when you hear wolverine to the rescue


By News on the Net - Saturday, April 30, 2016 - Full Story

Animal charity seizes nurse’s cats while she’s in hospital and looks on as her pet sheep are slaught

A retired nurse rushed to hospital with a serious illness returned home two weeks later to discover that her cats had been rehomed by the RSPCA and her pet sheep had been shot.

Five cats were removed the same day that Irene Brown was found unconscious by police at her home after being struck with meningitis.

A sixth cat was put down due to its age. Her three sheep were shot the next day in the presence of an RSPCA inspector and their remains fed to the hounds of a local hunt.

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By News on the Net - Saturday, April 30, 2016 - Full Story

China blocks US Navy aircraft carrier from Hong Kong port

China blocked a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier from arriving at a port in Hong Kong as tensions ratcheted up over disputed islands in the South China Sea, a Pentagon spokesman confirmed Friday.

The USS John C. Stennis and escort ships had planned to visit the port next week, Stars & Stripes reports. The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs did not explain why it denied the request.

“We have a long track record of successful port visits to Hong Kong, including with the current visit of the USS Blue Ridge, and we expect that will continue,” Cmdr. Bill Urban told Fox News. The USS Blue Ridge is a Navy command ship.

Fox News

By News on the Net - Saturday, April 30, 2016 - Full Story