DoomsDay Headlines 2-4-2014: Radiation, US Default, Heating Bills, Cyber Attack, Hackers, Laser Weapon, Bank Run, World Markets, Collapse Begins, Layoffs, Chemical Weapons, Swine Flu, Mystery Cattle Disease, Dengue, 2nd Storm, Volcanoes, Biometric Identification

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U.S. Insurance CO. to Exclude Coverage for Radiation Claims 

Insurance Companies in the United States have begun notifying customers they will no longer have ANY coverage whatsoever for anything relating to nuclear energy claims. Fallout, radiation sickness, property damage from radiation – all EXCLUDED.

Financial world shaken by 4 bankers' apparent suicides in a wk 

The apparent suicide death of the chief economist of a US investment house brings the number of financial workers who have died allegedly by their own hand to four in the last week.

US teeters towards default, cash could run dry by end of Feb 

On Friday, America’s debt limit extension expires and Congress is expected to renew its legal $16.7 trillion debt cap. If the debt limit isn’t raised, the US could burn through its cash as soon as February 28, Secretary Treasurer Jacob Lew warns.

Brace yourself for a big heating bill 

Some of the nation's largest utilities say energy bills will be significantly higher in February following a string of big snow storms that blanketed the Northeast and Midwest last month.

Obamacare network vulnerable to cyber attack 

U.S. intelligence agencies last week urged the Obama administration to check its new healthcare network for malicious software after learning that developers linked to the Belarus government helped produce the website, raising fresh concerns that private data posted by millions of Americans will be compromised.

Federal Emergency Alert System easily taken over by hackers 

The report by the Republican staff of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee says that federal agencies are ill-prepared to defend networks against even modestly skilled hackers.

Lockheed Martin fires most powerful portable LASER weapon 

The firm says the weapon could eventually be mounted on jets, tanks and fighter planes - and will more than triple in strength before being used in combat.

World markets battered again 

Japanese stocks took another dive on Tuesday, leading global markets lower as investors took their cue from a dismal performance on Wall Street.

Harvard Economist Fears Starting “Bank Run” on BoA 

Former Harvard Professor of Economics Terry Burnham fears starting a “run” on Bank of America after he made public his decision to withdraw $1 million dollars from his checking account as a protest against Janet Yellen beginning her term as Federal Reserve head this month.

Celente - No Way Out As Global Ponzi Scheme - Collapse Begins

You are also going to see the Plunge Protection Team go to work at some point, and they will also use every trick they can in an attempt to try to prop up these plunging global markets. During this chaos the mainstream media and Wall Street propaganda will be non-stop and it will be proclaiming, ‘This is only a temporary correction.’

Dell layoffs this week: 15,000 to be hit 

One of the publication's sources predicts the cuts -- which are expected to hit at least 15,000 people -- will be "a bloodbath" when it arrives this week.

Syria to ship more chemical weapons abroad for destruction

Russia says Syria will soon ship more chemical weapons abroad for destruction after being accused of moving the material too slowly, Russia said Tuesday.

Man whose hands and feet turned black after he contracted the BUBONIC PLAGUE 

Gaylord was infected in June, 2013, when he tried to remove a mouse from the throat of a choking cat. The plague-stricken animal bit him. Within 48 hours he began to suffer flu-like symptoms. Soon his skin started to turn grey and the glands under his arms swell to the size of lemons.

WHO: 14 cases die of swine flu in January in Cairo

Nasr Tantawi, World Health Organization therapeutic medicine adviser to Cairo, said cases of ‘swine flu’ H1N1 infection reached 45 cases on 1 January. Fourteen cases, including four doctors, died of the virus.

Authorities stumped over mystery disease killing cattle in New South Wales 

A mystery disease is killing cattle in western New South Wales, with losses so far in the hundreds.

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African Swine Fever Outbreak in Ukraine 

The Ukrainian veterinary authorities have reported an outbreak of African swine fever at a pig farm in Lugansk. The World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) received an immediate notification on Friday, 31 January. The outbreak reportedly first occurred on 6 January.

Panama: Six Dead, More than 200 Cases of Dengue in January 

Panamá, Feb 3 (Prensa Latina) Panama registered in January six dead and more than 200 cases of Dengue, amid failed attempts to decreased the level of infestation by mosquito Aedes Aegypti or curb the development of the virus declared by the end of last year.

Second winter storm this WEEK 

Storm to dump up to a foot of snow on Northeast and Midwest Late on Tuesday into early Wednesday, will bring up to a foot of snow to the Northeast

19 more volcanoes in Indonesia raised to alert level status 

The government has raised the status on another 19 volcanoes in the country to alert level — the second-highest category — in the wake of the Mount Sinabung eruption in North Sumatra that killed 16 people on Saturday.

6.1 magnitude earthquake strikes Indonesia 

The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude-6.1 earthquake has been recorded in Indonesia. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has no warning in effect.

30 percent of companies will use biometric identification by 2016 

The relentless consumerization of enterprise IT policies and practices will extend to mobile device security over the next few years as more and more companies turn to biometric authentication technologies to lock down corporate data and devices.