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Sep 22, 2014

Assange claims Google is in bed with US government: RT America - September 22, 2014.

Assange claims Google is in bed with US government

Published on Sep 22, 2014
Google is in bed with the US State Department, and the seemingly laid back company is not as benign as it presents itself, claims Julian Assange. From coordinating with the Pentagon to spy agencies, the WikiLeaks founder maintains that the tech giant maintains a startlingly close relationship with the government. RT’s Manila Chan learns more by speaking to Afshin Rattansi, host of RT’s Going Underground, who had an exclusive full-length interview with Assange. 

President Obama Signs the America’s Promise Summit Declaration: The White House - September 22, 2014.

President Obama Signs the America’s Promise Summit Declaration

The White House

Published on Sep 22, 2014
On September 22, 2014 in the Oval Office, President Obama delivered remarks at the signing of America’s Promise Summit Declaration.

130,000 Syrian Kurds Flee to Turkey as ISIS Nears Border: VOAvideo - September 22, 2014.

130,000 Syrian Kurds Flee to Turkey as ISIS Nears Border

Published on Sep 22, 2014
More than 130,000 refugees have flooded into Turkey from Syria in the past few days, as the jihadist group Islamic State bears down on the Syrian border town of Kobane. Turkish authorities clashed with hundreds of Kurdish protesters, many of whom want to cross into Syria to defend fellow Kurds from the onslaught. The militant group issued a statement Monday urging Muslims to kill Westerners whose countries have joined the campaign against it. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.
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Los Alamos radioactive leak remains a mystery: RT America Videos - September 22, 2014. Los Alamos radioactive leak remains a mystery

Los Alamos radioactive leak remains a mystery

Published on Sep 22, 2014
Authorities are still unsure of what caused a nuclear waste leak at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in February. Although original theories on what caused drums full of radioactive waste to begin leaking spread quickly, scientists have been unable to replicate any of the possible scenarios, leaving many questions unanswered. RT’s Lindsay France has more on the investigation and what it’s found so far. 

YouTube | TheAlexJonesChannel has uploaded presents: The Alex Jones Show 24 Hour Stream.

TheAlexJonesChannel has uploaded presents: The Alex Jones Show 24 Hour Stream

Streamed live on Sep 22, 2014 presents: The Alex Jones Show 24 Hour Stream -

Internationally recognized veteran broadcaster, documentary filmmaker, and investigative journalist Alex Jones has been featured as a prominent figure of the 9/11 Truth Movement in such publications as The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone Magazine and Popular Mechanics. He has appeared on Good Morning America, The View, 20/20 Downtown, 60 Minutes, The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, Fox News, CNN, TalkSport (UK), Russia Today, Channel 4 (UK), A&E, America’s most widely listened to late night radio show, Coast to Coast AM, C-Span, and many other venues. Patrick Beech of the Austin-American Statesman has described Jones as “an absolutely riveting television presence.”
Alex’s mainstay is his nationally syndicated news-talk show produced from his studio in Austin and broadcast on the Genesis Communication Network, based in Minnesota. The Alex Jones Show airs on over 60 AM, FM, and shortwave stations across the United States Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m. Central Standard Time. As well, Alex’s show is the largest draw for the talk genre on Shoutcast and the Internet. Alex does a syndicated and nationally broadcast Sunday show on Emmis Communications’ KLBJ 590 AM in Austin, Texas.

 Jones is recognized for his incisive and hard-hitting interviews with a wide range of guests. Prominent guests include Willie Nelson, Charlie Sheen, Chuck Norris, Jesse Ventura, Ted Nugent, Lou Dobbs, Tommy Chong, Christine Ebersole, Ed Asner, and others. Regular guests include Aimee Allen, William Rodriguez, professor Steven E. Jones, the late Aaron Russo, David Ray Griffin, Jeff Rense, David Icke, Jim Marrs, Mike Rivero, Webster Tarpley, Paul Craig Roberts, and Bob Chapman.
Alex has interviewed hundreds of politicians, government officials, researchers, political activists, authors, economists, political analysts, scientists, and entertainers, including Rep. Dennis Kucinich, Ralph Nader, Chuck Baldwin, George Galloway, Gore Vidal, Greg Palast, David Lynch, Joseph Stiglitz, Andreas von Bülow, Noam Chomsky, Pat Buchanan, Eva Orner, and even David Mayer de Rothschild, to name but a few.

SEC | Litigation Release - September 22, 2014: Securities and Exchange Commission v. Frank Tamayo, Civil Action No. 3:14-cv-05844-MAS-TJB.

SEC Seal


Litigation Release No. 23089 / September 22, 2014

Securities and Exchange Commission v. Frank Tamayo, Civil Action No. 3:14-cv-05844-MAS-TJB

SEC Charges Brooklyn Man for Facilitating Insider Trading Scheme Via Post-It Notes At Grand Central Terminal

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged a Brooklyn man with facilitating a $5.6 million insider trading scheme that typically involved the passing of illegal tips via napkins or post-it notes at Grand Central Terminal.
Earlier this year, the SEC charged a stockbroker and a law firm managing clerk with insider trading and alleged they were connected by a mutual friend who served as a "middleman" in an effort to keep the two unlinked. In a separate complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, the SEC now identifies Frank Tamayo as that middleman. The SEC alleges that Tamayo received material nonpublic information from Steven Metro about 13 impending corporate deals involving clients of the law firm where Metro worked. Tamayo then tipped his stockbroker Vladimir Eydelman, who used the confidential information to illegally trade for himself and for Tamayo and other customers. Tamayo allocated a portion of his ill-gotten profits for eventual payback to Metro for the inside information.

WSJ | Most Actives Closing on September 22, 2014.

Most Actives Closing
Most Active Stocks by Volume
4:47 pm ET 09/22/2014
Bank of America (BAC)108,150,679$
Alibaba Group Holding ADS (BABA)66,107,91089.89-4.00-4.26
Rite Aid (RAD)54,133,4275.11-0.24-4.49
Vale ADS (VALE)48,242,97811.44-0.56-4.67
EMC (EMC)42,699,85529.680.150.51
Petroleo Brasileiro ADS (PBR)40,002,89116.11-0.67-3.99
Dresser-Rand Group (DRC)27,958,50481.972.062.58
Pfizer (PFE)24,285,76530.18-0.22-0.72
Oracle (ORCL)24,051,51439.58-0.22-0.55
Ford Motor (F)23,263,83916.36-0.29-1.74
General Electric (GE)22,857,78526.08-0.21-0.80
Alcoa (AA)22,433,90615.83-0.38-2.34
Alpha Natural Resources (ANR)22,179,3222.70-0.28-9.40
Twitter (TWTR)21,680,77551.94-1.06-2.00
Nokia ADS (NOK)21,023,2348.61-0.03-0.35
Sprint (S)16,668,7826.80-0.08-1.16
Citigroup (C)16,398,99753.04-0.44-0.82
IAMGOLD (IAG)16,064,8192.99-0.19-5.97
SandRidge Energy (SD)15,683,2684.54-0.23-4.82
AT&T (T)15,498,02535.500.030.08
Ambev ADS (ABEV)14,787,4746.86-0.05-0.72
Verizon Communications (VZ)14,522,18750.18-0.17-0.34
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)14,192,5333.76-0.05-1.31
Regions Financial (RF)14,143,31510.34-0.10-0.96
Peabody Energy (BTU)13,969,19512.65-0.64-4.82

WSJ | Biggest Decliners Closing on September 22, 2014.

Biggest Decliners Closing
Biggest Decliners
4:32 pm ET 09/22/2014
CARBO Ceramics (CRR)5,659,358$70.91-13.61-16.10
Goodrich Petroleum (GDP)3,640,27114.85-2.12-12.49
Hyperdynamics (HDY)185,3941.87-0.23-10.95
Baltic Trading (BALT)1,222,4764.65-0.56-10.75
Herbalife (HLF)4,791,02440.21-4.62-10.31
InvenSense (INVN)9,861,83721.00-2.36-10.10
Walter Energy (WLT)7,645,4832.72-0.30-9.93
Alpha Natural Resources (ANR)22,179,3222.70-0.28-9.40
Penn Virginia (PVA)5,509,58211.69-1.19-9.24
Coeur Mining (CDE)3,468,8255.60-0.54-8.79
EXCO Resources (XCO)6,149,2514.02-0.38-8.64
Violin Memory (VMEM)1,183,9154.16-0.39-8.57
Daqo New Energy ADS (DQ)174,95639.08-3.62-8.48
Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF)13,094,15312.82-1.18-8.43
First Marblehead (FMD)32,6443.67-0.33-8.25
China Digital TV Holding ADS (STV)396,3193.24-0.29-8.22
Arch Coal (ACI)9,807,6252.43-0.21-7.95
Sibanye Gold ADS (SBGL)859,5727.98-0.67-7.75
L.S. Starrett Cl A (SCX)28,16514.84-1.24-7.71
Autohome ADS (ATHM)1,410,60741.82-3.47-7.66
Fortuna Silver Mines (FSM)339,5484.02-0.33-7.59
Bitauto Holdings ADS (BITA)1,850,39577.37-6.31-7.54
Pretium Resources (PVG)696,5105.33-0.43-7.47
Resolute Energy (REN)746,9996.56-0.52-7.34
North Atlantic Drilling (NADL)2,472,7436.44-0.49-7.07