Author: Claire Bernish
Julian Assange abruptly had his tether to the outside world purposely cut off Monday, when — as WikiLeaks announced on Twitter — his “internet connection was intentionally severed by a state party.”

 Author: Vladimir Platov
In recent years there’s been an ever increasing number of media reports that suggest ISIS and other terrorist organizations have been actively using chemical weapons in their attacks. And these incidents occur both in regular military operations as well as in false flag events that are designed to provoke the international community. The Persian Gulf monarchies and their “influential sponsors” across the ocean have repeatedly demanded ISIS’ use of chemical weapons in Syria be used to blame the Syrian army opposing them.

 Author: Video
Founder and leader of 21st Century Australia, Jamie McIntyre discusses global problems such as the war on terror and America's role in it. He also brings up topics regarding the corruption in the pharmaceutical industry that's hurting many in the form of vaccinations and harsh chemotherapy treatments.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
A 2016 CSIRO Healthy Diet Score report examined the dietary habits of 86,500 adults over a period of 12-months in Australia. The study assessed compliance with Australian Dietary Guidelines and the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating. Regular intake of fruits, grains, meat, vegetables and other foods and beverages were noted. The resulting diet quality is scored out of 100.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
An article published by Natural News brings to light the use of aluminum as an additive in more than 10 million vaccines, according to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
Emails leaked from Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta’s personal account show that the Clinton campaign is coordinating with George Soros’s Open Society Foundations on police reform. The information, published by WikiLeaks was posted on

 Author: Amanda Froelich
The former U.S. president asserts that money controls politics in the U.S. and that both parties greatly benefit from the system.

 Author: Brianna Acuesta
Since the program started, not a single student has been suspended.

 Author: Alice Salles
While serving as Secretary of State under President Barack Obama, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton “blatantly” disregarded protocol, an issue that prompted an official to say that there was a “stark difference” between Clinton’s “obedience to security and diplomatic protocols” and the behavior of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The details come from a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) report released Monday.

 Author: Carey Wedler
Epidemic levels of opioid addiction and overdose in the United States have gained widespread attention, and Big Pharma has rightfully been implicated in the problem. But another health crisis is sweeping not just America, but the world — and drug companies’ role in the latest crisis is equally significant.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
A Natural News article details why the flu shot is not always the best solution to combat seasonal flu or influenza. Every year, thousands of physicians and pharmacists stress on the need to inoculate as many people as possible with the shot.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
The average individual uses only 10% of their brain and we don’t think of innovative ways to improve our brain power very often. Dani Simmonds from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania, claims that there are three main motivators behind our brain function – sleep, stress levels and exercise.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
No matter what the reason, there are days when you could be slacking off at work without realizing it. A study by the National Bureau of Economic Research found that the average American spends around 34 minutes of their time not actually working, even though they spend more time at work than people from other countries. It could be because your work is boring or you don’t like your duties much.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
Are sleepless nights keeping you awake off late? Or are you carrying work home and compromising on your sleep time? Lifehack suggests some uncommon ways to improve your sleep quality: