Author: Catherine J. Frompovich
The opioid addiction problem in the U.S. is growing dramatically and urban areas are having a hard time trying to cope with both sides of the issue. For a few days, all news talk radio KYW 1060 reported on those problems in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the fifth largest U.S. city [3], not very far from where I reside.

 Author: Dawn Luger
WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, will not quit releasing pertinent information, even after Sweden announced it’s dropping the rape allegations against him. Assange, the biggest enemy of the state, issued a defiant statement after Sweden dropped the charges. He won’t be kowtowing to the political elites, though; in fact, just the opposite.

 Author: Jean Perier
Ongoing investigations of ISIS activities in Europe carried on by a number of law enforcement agencies shows that terrorist are placing increasing emphasis on the use of the Internet and social networks. Over the years we’ve witnessed the creation of various “jihad threads” on various sites, along with terrorist posts on Facebook, Twitter accompanied by YouTube videos. Apparently, YouTube has transformed into the main media platform for terrorism, since the number of videos filmed to praise these so-called “warriors of Islam” has been skyrocketing lately.

 Author: Tess Pennington
Growing medicinal plants are a great way to ensure garden sustainability and, more notably, have access to natural medicine when you need it most. When I introduced more herbs in my garden, I noticed it had a profound impact on the vegetables and fruits I was growing. It also encouraged beneficial insects and birds to visit my garden and this helped cut down on plants being eaten.
airbnb property fund

 Author: Staff Reporter
Since Airbnb is now a massive $30 billion company that started less than a decade ago with three flat mates wanting to see if anyone would pay to sleep on an air mattress on their lounge room floor, it was only a matter of time before property funds decided to get a piece of the action.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Airbnb has grown in less than a decade to a $30 USD billion plus company from the simple idea of three flat mates wondering if anyone would pay $80 to sleep on an air mattress on their lounge room floor, as they were desperate for money.
medical fraud vaccine

 Author: Staff Reporter
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not". Dr. Seuss

 Author: Tetyana Obukhanych, PhD
Immunologist destroys mandatory vaccine logic in open letter.

 Author: Jay Syrmopoulos
On Friday, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addressed the public for the first time since rape charges were dropped by Swedish authorities. Since 2012, Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London under asylum, understanding that the Swedish arrest warrant was simply a pretext to a subsequent extradition to the U.S. under a secret sealed indictment.

 Author: Hugo Martin
To speed hotel construction, Marriott International is increasingly using prefabricated rooms that can be stacked like shoe boxes with a crane.

 Author: Vandita
Whether you smoke or not, your lungs need regular cleansing; since second hand smoking, industrial and vehicular pollution can also cause irreparable damage to your lungs and airways. Over time, toxins from mold and bacteria can destroy the health of your lungs and even lead to fatal conditions, such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

 Author: Claire Bernish
Amid mudslinging over the firing of FBI head James Comey and allegations President Trump maintains deep ties to Russia, a U.S.-led coalition aircraft struck a convoy of Syrian government armed forces.

 Author: The Free Thought Project
If you’re an American citizen, then the government has a personal file on you. Think of it like your permanent record from your grade school days. These records contain highly sensitive personal information about you such as where you live, your contact info, your relatives and associates, arrest records, and even speeding tickets. But what many people don’t know, is that this information is all considered “public record,”—and anyone can access it.

 Author: Jason Ditz
Over the past few weeks there’ve been multiple reports of President Trump planning to unveil a massive arms sale to Saudi Arabia during his Riyadh visit, and the figures have kept rising. What was $100 billion earlier this week is now, according to the most recent reports $350 billion.