Jeffrey Epstein has agreed to a financial settlement and issued an apology to Bradley Edwards, the attorney representing several of Epstein’s victims.
In their new report the United Nations is sounding alarm bells about the need for controversial climate engineering technology.
A town in Mexico recently celebrated seven years since kicking out the corrupt narco government and reverting back to an indigenous form of self-governance.
As Americans prepare for the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, nearly 10,000 first responders and New York City residents have reported 9/11-related cancers.
The long-awaited trial could potentially reveal more secrets of Epstein’s alleged sex rings, including the possible involvement of high profile politicians, celebrities, and royalty.
Another federal court has ruled that U.S. border agents cannot search the cell phones and electronic devices of travelers without individualized suspicion.
Several new attempts are being made to reform a controversial law that prevents the public from knowing the identities of politicians accused of sexual misconduct.
Sworn testimony from a former FBI investigator claims the 9/11 Commission lied to the American public regarding the relationship between the hijackers and Saudi Arabia.
Henry Kissinger, the former U.S. secretary of state and wanted war criminal, penned a goodbye letter to his recently deceased friend David Rockefeller.
At a recent geoengineering conference two Harvard engineers announced plans for a real-world climate engineering experiment beginning in 2018.
A federal agency has officially recommended further studies into two areas of geoengineering weather modification techniques.
President Obama has vetoed a bill which would allow families of the 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia.
A recent mathematical model study has found a potential link between water fluoridation and type 2 diabetes.
New reports claim that the classified 28 pages of the Senate Report on 9/11 will be released by Congress on Friday.
The U.S. Senate has approved a controversial bill which would create a federal standard for labeling foods that contain genetically engineered or modified ingredients.
Senior officials with the U.S. Department of Justice recently announced possible legal changes which could allow the government greater room to combat so-called “anti-government extremists”.
A new analysis of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) international trade deal has found claims of increased jobs are likely exaggerated.