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NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Pope Francis attacks 'throw-away' economic globalization

Vladimir Putin: War with Ukraine would be ‘apocalyptic’ but unlikely

Pope Francis gives the thumb up as he arrives to lead the weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican February 18, 2015. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito

A papal peace offering to the mafia
Everything you need from the Oscars, in 90 seconds. Plus, the pope's olive branch, a college loan caution and more picks from Amy Tennery. Full Article

Ukraine ceasefire falls apart

By Pavel Polityuk and Anton Zverev

KIEV/DONETSK, Ukraine - Kiev accused pro-Russian rebels of opening fire with rockets and artillery at villages in southeastern Ukraine, all but burying a European-brokered ceasefire deal.  Full Article 

Op-Ed

What China Gets Right About Relationships

The Importance of Socialization in Children

Black, Jewish, and Adopted. What’s gained and lost in ‘cultural identity’ and religion when families decide to adopt across race lines

50 years ago today, Malcolm X was assassinated. Outspoken human rights advocate, prominent organizer of the Afro-American community, and a Muslim. Rest In Peace, El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz.

Swedish Public Radio Asks: Are Jews Responsible for Anti-Semitism? Interview exposes profound problem in Swedish society

America’s new aristocracy. As the importance of intellectual capital grows, privilege has become increasingly heritable

Why Socialism and Communism are Christian

SPORTS

Lindros files lawsuit against former referee

Latest 2015 Hart Trophy Odds in the Wake of Patrick Kane’s Injury

Steroids, Concussions and the NHLs

ECONOMY/MARKETS/BUSINESS

The 10 Best Cities to Live Rich on a Dime $So You Can Bring Your Dreams to Life$

Gas prices expected to rise 2 cents at midnight. En-Pro gas price expert Roger McKnight tells 680News gas prices are expected to rise two cents at midnight, to an average price of 105.9 cents/litre at most GTA gas stations.

Asia tentative, awaits word on Fed rate outlook 9:59pm EST

SYDNEY - Caution gripped Asian markets on Tuesday as investors fretted over what Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen might say later in the day on the likely lift-off date for U.S. policy tightening. | Video

The Top 10 Jobs That Attract Psychopaths

Worried depositors rush to pull cash out of banks…

TECH

Russia’s largest search engine files antitrust complaint against Google - with success

China draft counterterror law strikes fear in foreign tech firms. BEIJING/WASHINGTON - China is weighing a far-reaching counterterrorism law that would require technology firms to hand over encryption keys and install security "backdoors", a potential escalation of what some firms view as the increasingly onerous terms of doing business in the world’s second largest economy.

Did the US Just Ruin the Internet?

There’s a Massive New Leak of Confidential Spy Files from M16 Mossad and the FSB/articles show

DBH Tech

SC-ENVIRONMENT

The New Reddit Journal of Science

Popular soda ingredient, caramel color, poses cancer risk to consumers

Malaria on Myanmar-India border is ‘huge threat’

8 Million Metric Tons of Plastic Dumped Into World’s Oceans Each Year

CELEBRITY-ENTERTAINMENT

Shatner defends absence from Nimoy's funeral

Leonard Nimoy, ‘Star Trek’s’ Spock, dead at 83

Madonna Falls Off Stage at Brit Awards

Robin Williams Had A SHOCKING Demand While On Set That No One Knew-Until Now

 

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How Vulnerable Is The US Power Grid To EMP?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

U.S.

Socialist Kshama Sawant: Action-now approach gains influence

Why Socialism and Communism are Christian

-edp>Obama vetos Keystone XL bill. U.S. President Barack Obama has vetoed the Keystone XL pipeline bill. The pipeline would have brought Alberta oilsands crude to the Texas gulf coast and has been strongly pushed for by industry, but opposed by environmental groups.

Bill O'Reilly's War Zone Reporting Claims Scrutinized as CBSD Releases Tapes
Bill O’Reilly’s war-zone reporting claims scrutinized as CBS releases tapes. O’Reilly, once with CBS, questioned over Falklands War claims

Alarming epidemic causing mass die-off along California coast - "Nasty, cheese-like lesions" prevent birds from eating, breathing - Newly discovered parasite being blamed - Experts: "Surprising… Very concerning… Sudden increase is disturbing" (GRAPHIC PHOTOS)

U.S. reconsidering 2016 Afghanistan troop withdrawal, defense chief says

White House says considering ‘tools’ to help steer Venezuela

Obama’s Amnesty Order Halted

Southern states of USA braced as America faces yet another blizzard

CANADA

Harper not expected at missing, murdered women roundtable

Lawyer for Al-Jazeera journalist Amal Clooney blasts Canadian government

2-year-old boy dies after accidental Fort Mac poisoning

Toronto Water provides update about hundreds of frozen pipes. Lou Di Gironimo, the General Manager of Toronto Water, is speaking to the media about water service interruptions due to the cold weather. The department has received close to 2,000 calls from residents who have lost water since a deep freeze gripped the city on Feb. 14.

Gas prices expected to rise 2 cents at midnight. En-Pro gas price expert Roger McKnight tells 680News gas prices are expected to rise two cents at midnight, to an average price of 105.9 cents/litre at most GTA gas stations.

Obama vetos Keystone XL bill. U.S. President Barack Obama has vetoed the Keystone XL pipeline bill. The pipeline would have brought Alberta oilsands crude to the Texas gulf coast and has been strongly pushed for by industry, but opposed by environmental groups.

Toronto Water provides update about hundreds of frozen pipes. Lou Di Gironimo, the General Manager of Toronto Water, is speaking to the media about water service interruptions due to the cold weather. The department has received close to 2,000 calls from residents who have lost water since a deep freeze gripped the city on Feb. 14.

Stan Beardy

/pix.upaknee.comDouble standard for fire safety riles First Nation chief

M.E./ASIA

Mossad contradicted Netanyahu on Iran nuclear programme

Reuters reporter Maria Golovnina stands atop a church steeple, while on assignment in Dalton-in-Furness, northern England September 26, 2012. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

Reuters journalist dies in Pakistan

Maria Golovnina, Reuters bureau chief for Afghanistan and Pakistan who was widely loved and admired for her courage and compassion, died in Islamabad.  Full Article 

Bangladesh ferry capsizes after collision, at least 39 dead.

By Serajul Quadir | DHAKA Sun Feb 22, 2015 11:26am EST

Blizzards Pound Middle East

The Obama-Bibi Split Is About Policy, Not Protocol—And It May Be Permanent. Why the dust-up about Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s March 3 speech to a joint meeting of Congress may outlast the leader

Iran delays UN nuclear inquiry as deadline approaches. IAEA says Iran not addressed specific issues and is withholding full cooperation with UN watchdog investigation.

Iran’s supreme leader says ‘American Sniper’ encourages violence against Muslims

US: 20,000 foreigners heading to Syria to join Islamic State

AMERICAS

Uruguay's pot-friendly farmer president prepares to step down

Argentineans stage huge rally over prosecutor’s death. A month since Alberto Argentinean was found dead with a bullet wound to the head, tens of thousands march, demanding answers.

Argentina’s government accuses courts of ‘judicial coup’. After president charged with cover-up in Jewish center bombing, her confidants call prosecutors liars bent on destabilizing democracy.

AFRICA

Egyptian president wants coalition to act against ISIS in Libya

Congo spurns U.N. support for campaign against Rwandan rebels

Why UN peacekeepers have failed to protect the people of Darfur.
The report says that beginning on Oct. 30, hundreds of soldiers looted homes and

UN pulls out of DR Congo offensive

HEALTH

Substance Abuse and Weight Change

Your Prescription Raises Parkinson’s Risk By 139%

Centenarian – Live Longer, Live to 100 - Get Healthy Live Better

Important Cod Liver Oil Update

The Importance of Socialization in Children

Here’s What Happens to Your Brain When You Give Up Sugar

Take the ADHD diagnosis test

Low Vitamin D in Childhood Linked to Heart Risks Later in Life, and Raises Adults’ Risk of Severe Stroke and Cancer

Is Scurvey The New Diabetes?

 

 

 

 

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