Archive for April 6th, 2014

Judge Throws Out Suit Challenging Assassination of 16-Year-Old
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Judge Throws Out Suit Challenging Assassination of 16-Year-Old

Last Friday, a US District Court judge threw out a lawsuit brought by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) and ACLU Nationwide. The suite challenged the constitutionality of assassinating U.S. citizens. The suit was brought on behalf of the families of Anwar Al-Aulaqi, Samir Khan, and Al-Aulaqi’s 16-year-old son, Abdulrahman (pictured above). The judge in this case said the […]

‘Captain America’ Movie About Killer Drones and Obama’s ‘Kill List’, Say Film’s Directors…
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‘Captain America’ Movie About Killer Drones and Obama’s ‘Kill List’, Say Film’s Directors…

The directors of Captain America: The Winter Soldier have dropped a huge bombshell, by revealing that the popular sequel is a scathing critique of the Obama Administration’s controversial “Kill List.” “[Marvel] said they wanted to make a political thriller,” Joe Russo, the co-director of the film along with his brother Anthony, said. “So we said if you want to […]

ATM Mistakenly Gives $37,000 To Homeless Man
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ATM Mistakenly Gives $37,000 To Homeless Man

A malfunctioning ATM in Maine spit out over $37,000 to a homeless man Thursday morning. The ATM was located at the TD Bank branch in South Portland. Police official, Lt. Todd Bernard said Friday morning that officers were called to the bank branch at 1 a.m. and again at 5:30 a.m. in response to the glitch. […]

NASA Finds Massive Water Source the Size of Great Lake On Moon In Our Solar System
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NASA Finds Massive Water Source the Size of Great Lake On Moon In Our Solar System

India’s Chandrayaan-1 stunned the world with their discovery of water on the moon. NASA soon followed, with the same readings that verified there was indeed water on our lunar satellite. Now, gravity measurements taken by NASA-ESA’s Cassini spacecraft have confirmed that Saturn’s tiny 313-mile-wide (504 km) moon Enceladus, has sub-surface water sources at least as […]