Members and supporters of hacktivist collective Anonymous marked Guy Fawkes Day with a global ‘Million Mask March’ designed to protest against government corruption, corporate malfeasance and the expanding surveillance state.
More than 10,000 Greek workers have taken to the streets in the capital to protest against the government’s austerity measures, as inspectors of the troika of international lenders are in Athens to review the country’s bailout.
Obama is traitorously attempting to emasculate the U.S. military by conducting a purge of the top ranks, according to retired Army Maj.
Spain’s unemployment has increased sharply in October, leaving some 87,000 more Spaniards without work, data from the labor ministry shows.
It’s one of the biggest issues up for vote in Washington this Election Day, and it doesn’t involve casting ballots to bring anyone in or out of office.
Reducing the working week from 40 hours to 30 is not what all employees exactly crave, but it could be economically beneficial, the New Economics Foundation says.
Japan Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera says reports of the US spying on Tokyo, if proved to be true, could hurt the ties between the two countries.
The Kyoto Protocol has become that document in the international politics that world leaders prefer not to think about.
Army Col. Eric Tilley The Army has relieved the commander of its largest base in Japan after an investigation into alleged misconduct, according to a US Army Japan press statement sent late Friday.
The UK claims mass surveillance is crucial to national security but seems unwilling to provide evidence of that.
A sobering report prepared by the Ministry of Defense (MOD) circulating in the Kremlin today states that the 4 NATO F-16 fighter jets scrambled from Turkey hours ago to harass the Il-20 reconnaissance warplanes flying along Russia’s Black Sea coast on one their routine daily missions was in direct retaliation over President Putin’s abrupt canceling of his cooperation with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization over missile defense yesterday.
Newly-released figures show that Italy’s economy is expected to shrink more than expected in 2013, continuing the country’s longest recession since the World War II.
A London charity has imported steel containers from China and converted them into bargain basement homes, as part of a novel solution to try and solve homelessness amid soaring rents in the British capital.
A Kuwaiti woman was arrested in Saudi Arabia for driving a car while taking her diabetic father to the hospital.
Human rights groups warn David Cameron against pressure on media over Snowden leaks. Human rights groups have raised concerns about pressure exerted by British Prime Minister David Cameron on media covering intelligence leaks from American whistleblower Edward Snowden.
The Paul Ciancia story is custom-made for the likes of the SPLC, Raw Story, and the rest of government-loving cheerleaders who are constantly on the lookout for “right-wing” predators to pin their hysterical false left-right paradigm theories on.
US President Barrack Obama has told his top aides during the 2012 presidential campaign that he is “really good at killing people”, according to a new book.
In a closed session, the US Senate Intelligence Committee approved draft legislation that would codify into law the NSA’s bulk collection of domestic telephone metadata.
Aircraft experts and military aficionados have cause to rejoice now that Lockheed Martin has debuted the SR-72 unmanned spy plane, the long-awaited successor to the SR-71 Blackbird and potentially the first hypersonic craft to enter service.
Malaysia has summoned the heads of US and Australian diplomatic missions in the country to protest at an alleged US-led spying network.