The good news is, journalists and protesters are allowed to come closer than expected to the hotel; the bad news is, they will be subjected to pat downs by a private security firm.
On the Thusday, May 9 edition of the Alex Jones Show, 3D printing guru Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed announced that the US Office of Defense Trade Controls Compliance, Enforcement Division (DTCC/END) has sent him a letter requesting the group remove all data from public access immediately.
Stand down, Margaret, please!
Film critic Roger Ebert took to his award-winning blog Tuesday night to announce his "leave of presence" because his cancer had returned. It was his final post in a decade of candidness about his battles with thyroid and salivary cancer, and cancer specialists say that honesty helped make him a "role model" for other patients.
Thousands of litres of whisky have been flushed down the drain by accident at a bottling plant in Dumbarton.
It is understood the mix-up happened at Chivas Brothers during the night shift on Tuesday while equipment was being cleaned.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday struck down an Illinois law banning most people in the state from carrying handguns in public, calling the restriction "arbitrary" and "unconstitutional." But the court stayed its ruling for 180 days to give Illinois lawmakers the opportunity to amend the measure and create a less sweeping ban on guns outside the home. ...
A quick shot of pwnage for you folks, via the Twitterverse. Responding to the recent tragedy of the NFL athlete (Jovan Belcher) shooting his girlfriend and then himself, Morgan wastes no time in demonizing guns as he proclaims via his internet soapbox ...
There is "clear intelligence" suggesting a historic paedophile ring may be linked to Downing Street and a former prime minister, MPs have been told.
This debit crisis is following same path as one 30 years go. Time to rethink how economics is taught to avoid another lost decade
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As part of their push to see Syria's President Assad step down, Britain and the US are now thought to be considering giving him clemency. That's if he agrees to attend an upcoming international conference on a transition of power in Syria. RT's Peter Oliver is following the story for us.
Meanwhile, a number of CIA officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey, distributing weapons between the Syrian rebels to fight against the regime. That's according to American officials and Arab intelligence officers. And in Syria itself, people are often forced to join the armed rebellion by threats and intimidation - as Maria Finoshina has found out.
Using consumer drones as target practice, Alex Jones and the Steiner brothers tested out the best way to bring down the drones on the 10,000 acre Steiner ranch as part of filming for Brothers in Arms, a new show which focuses on firearms and the second amendment.
there was some downtime
File-sharing was firmly on the agenda when the head of the US Department of Homeland Security touched down in the Australian capital last week. The four new agreements - promptly signed before Secretary Janet Napolitano flew back out of Canberra - were less about sharing season two of Game of Thrones and more about sharing the private, government held information of Australian citizens with US authorities.
there's going to be some downtime
"Your Milk Shake brings all the tards to the yard, and they're like duh huuu daaarr"
anyways im probably going to hell for this ;D
A beer review.
sorry but too much of whatever this is not to post
Water companies across southern and eastern England are to impose hosepipe bans amid drought conditions, it is announced.
The number of Americans filing first-time claims for jobless benefits last week held at a four- year low and consumers became more confident, indicating an improving labor market may boost household spending.
The South shall rise again!!!! In my pants.....