It began not by tapping enemy insurgents’ phones or capturing their emails, but by following the money. When the National Security Agency discovered that Iran may have been buying computer chips from the United States, routing them through a U.S. ally, and potentially supplying them to detonate bombs against U.S. forces inRead More →

In the northernmost place in the United States, Point Barrow, Alaska, a National Security Agency collection site has allowed analysts to observe Russia’s military buildup 24/7, as melting Arctic ice opens a new conflict zone. The NSA has also monitored a dispute between India and Pakistan over access to theRead More →

Africa, Development & Aid, Environment, Food & Agriculture, Headlines, Health, Humanitarian Emergencies, Population, Poverty & SDGs | Opinion Adelheid Onyango is Adviser for Nutrition at the World Health Organization’s Regional Office for Africa and Bibi Giyose is Senior Nutrition and Food Systems officer, and Special Advisor to the CEO ofRead More →

Climate Change, Development & Aid, Editors’ Choice, Environment, Featured, Food & Agriculture, Headlines, Latin America & the Caribbean, Regional Categories, TerraViva United Nations Kaieteur Falls, Guyana. Guyanese farmers have been reporting salt water intrusion for a number of years. This especially happens during periods of drought and in those regionsRead More →

Active Citizens, Civil Society, Combating Desertification and Drought, Development & Aid, Editors’ Choice, Environment, Featured, Headlines, Integration and Development Brazilian-style, Latin America & the Caribbean, Poverty & SDGs, Projects, Regional Categories, Water & Sanitation Students from the rural school of El Llanito de Punitaqui, in the Atacama Desert in northernRead More →

As climate change-fueled wildfires ravage the West Coast, the Democratic National Committee voted 30-2 on Friday night in support of a proposal to “welcome the longstanding and generous contributions of workers, including those in energy and related industries, who organize and donate to Democratic candidates individually or through their unions’Read More →

By Catherine J. Frompovich What’s with the weather where you are?  Everyone talks about the weather, but no one can control the weather!  Not so fast….there are numerous weather control or weather engineering patents.  Here is a wallpaper scroll listing most of them. Recently, I heard a talking head onRead More →

By Jessica Corbett (CD) — Three kayaktivists who oppose construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline—the tail end of Energy Transfer Partner’s Dakota Access Pipeline—are reportedly the first people to be charged with felonies under a new Louisiana law that, like a model bill crafted by the right-wing American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), criminalizes peaceful protests of fossil fuel projects. TheRead More →

By Catherine J. Frompovich Deborah Tavares of appeared before the Sonoma County Board Supervisors meeting where she discussed the “Plan to burn up Northern California” during which she also predicted more “burnings” will occur. There is nothing I can add to Deborah’s video except that either she knows whatRead More →