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Yahoo email account passwords stolenYahoo said Thursday that usernames and passwords of its email customers have been stolen and used to access accounts, but the company isn't saying how many accounts have been affected.
Super Bowl SnipersAlong with excited and eager fans, SWAT teams and Snipers will be attending Super Bowl XLVIII. http://www.my9nj.com/story/24574587/super-bowl-snipers
Federal Reserve cuts QE by further $10bn to $65bn a monthFinancial markets around the world fell on Wednesday, as investors braced themselves for the US Federal Reserve to further scale back its monthly bond buying.
Experts: China Boosts Space Warfare CapabilitiesChina is developing anti-satellite missiles and other exotic weapons that can destroy or disrupt vital U.S. military and commercial communications, space warfare experts told Congress on Tuesday.
U.S. Says Russia Tested Missile, Despite TreatyThe United States informed its NATO allies this month that Russia had tested a new ground-launched cruise missile, raising concerns about Moscow’s compliance with a landmark arms control accord.
RED LINE! Iran Now Able To Produce A Nuclear BombIran now has all the technical infrastructure to produce nuclear weapons should it make the political decision to do, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper wrote in a report to a Senate intelligence committee published Wednesday. However, he added, it could not break out to the bomb without being detected. http://breakingdeception.com/news/red-line-iran-now-able-produce-nuclear-bomb/
Syria has shipped out less than 5 percent of chemical weaponsSyria has promised to give up its entire stockpile by mid-2014, under a deal agreed by Russia and the U.S., but the country has given up less than 5 percent of its chemical weapons arsenal.
US preparing financial sanctions against Ukraine leadersThe Obama administration is reportedly readying financial sanctions that could be levied against Ukrainian government officials and protest leaders if violence between President Viktor Yanukovych's government and pro-European Union protesters continues to escalate.
Hong Kong reports third H7N9 death from fatal virusHong Kong Wednesday reported its third death from H7N9 bird flu — an elderly man who had visited mainland China — a day after authorities culled 22,000 birds to curb the disease.
“Water War” between the north and the south California.California’s ongoing drought is forcing Governor Jerry Brown to start a so-called “water war” between the north and the south.
Cold Weather Sends Natural Gas Prices SoaringNatural gas prices rose sharply Wednesday as cold weather continued to blanket large parts of the country.
Volcanic activity in Guatemala prompts series of evacuationsA volcanic eruption last week in the Central American nation of Guatemala is forcing nearby evacuations and has closed the area off to tourism according to reports from AP sources in the area.
Scientists: Large magma chamber under Hawaii’s Kilauea volcanoGeologists say they’ve confirmed the existence of a previously unknown large, deep magma chamber below Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano.
Russia reports suspected foot-and-mouth outbreak in SiberiaRussian authorities on Tuesday reported a suspected outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in eastern Siberian region of Zabaikalsk, which borders China and Mongolia.
H5N8 Bird Flu Outbreaks in South Korea Kill Over 2,000 DucksA total of 61400 ducks were found susceptible, out of which 2280 cases and deaths were reported. The remaining 59120 birds were destroyed.
Scientists find DNA of first-ever bubonic plague, warn of outbreaksScientists have reconstructed the genome of the first recorded bubonic plague and compared it to two later pandemics. New sophisticated strains of the disease that killed millions of Europeans in the Middle Ages could break out in future, they warn.
The South STILL in chaos 24 hours afterRoads jammed with thousands of abandoned cars The governors of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi declared states of emergency due to a rare snow storm.
Stretched food pantry runs out of foodRun by the Episcopal Church of St. Paul and St. James, the pantry has been pushed to the brink from recent decisions in Washington that resulted in cuts to food stamps and jobless benefits for the unemployed.