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RT | Keiser Rport - January 31, 2015: Keiser Report: Economy - Snake Eating Itself (E713)

Keiser Report: Economy - Snake Eating Itself (E713)   RT Published on Jan 31, 2015 From Mexico City, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss life in the breakdown lane in America where the infrastructure has been planned through a succession of bad choices. They also discuss currency wars and the failure of techno-industrialism. In the second half, Max continues his interview with big banking fraud whistleblower and bitcoin entrepreneur, Jose Rodriguez, about cryptocurrency and corruption in Mexico.

Jailed Al Jazeera staff spend 400 days in Cairo prison: Al Jazeera English - January 31, 2015.

Jailed Al Jazeera staff spend 400 days in Cairo prison   Al Jazeera English   Published on Jan 31, 2015 One of the world’s leading human rights lawyers has condemned Western governments for failing to put enough pressure on Egypt to free three Al Jazeera journalists as they count 400 days in Cairo prison. Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports.

Post Pulse | The Washington Post - January 31, 2015: Russia's bizarre proposal to condemn West Germany's 1989 'annexation' of East Germany.

What's trending on the Web now   •  Sat., Jan. 31, 2015 View in your Web browser To see Post Pulse in real-time, go directly to  Post Pulse . Below are articles trending as of 6:30 PM. Russia's bizarre proposal to condemn West Germany's 1989 'annexation' of East Germany Lawmakers will consider a new statement that would slam the reunification of Germany.   Read full article » D.C. rabbi accused in videotaping scandal refuses to leave synagogue-owned home Kesher Israel demanded that Barry Freundel move out after his arrest in an illicit-videotaping case.   Read full article » U-Va. sorority sisters ordered to stay home Saturday night for their own safety - while fraternity brothers party The edict "perpetuates the idea that women are inferior, sexual objects," a petition opposing it says.   Read full article » Does anyone make accurate geopolitical predictions? Tools from the Good Judgment Project can help improve accuracy in the

CBS News | Breaking News Alert - January 31, 2015.

Breaking News Alert   JANUARY 31, 2015 ISIS claims to kill Japanese hostage in online video     An online video released Saturday night purported to show a militant with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, behead Japanese journalist Kenji Goto, ending days of negotiations by diplomats to save the man.

Gerald Celente - The Patriot Trading News Hour - January 26, 2015.

Gerald Celente - The Patriot Trading News Hour - January 26, 2015   Gerald Celente Published on Jan 26, 2015 Gerald discusses the fate of the dollar, the federal reserve and the debt machine the is the United States

Gerald Celente - Trends In The News - "Don’t Throw Snowballs!" - (1/27/15)

Gerald Celente - Trends In The News - "Don’t Throw Snowballs!" - (1/27/15). Published on Jan 28, 2015 "The January Trends Monthly is officially released, “White House to propose oil drilling off the Atlantic coast” & how American’s were banned from driving over 2-6 inches worth of snow. Caught driving? You would have faced a $300 fine."

Gerald Celente - ABC Australia Adelaide - January 28, 2015

Gerald Celente - ABC Australia Adelaide - January 28, 2015   Gerald Celente Published on Jan 29, 2015 Gerald Celente, the Editor of Trends Journal, gives us his take on what 2015 has in store for us all.

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH - January 31, 2015: Ronan Manly: The IMF's gold depositories -- Part 1, the legal background | Koos Jansen: German, Dutch gold repatriation totals don't match New York Fed's numbers

Ronan Manly: The IMF's gold depositories -- Part 1, the legal background Submitted by cpowell on  Saturday, January 31, 2015.    Saturday, January 31, 2015 GATA consultant Ronan Manly today begins publishing his study of the gold depositories of the International Monetary Fund, noting that the IMF does not have its own depositories but rather uses the vaults of its member central banks in the United States, United Kingdom, France, and India. Seven years ago your secretary/treasurer tried to get the IMF to explain whether the gold contributed to it by its members was still counted within its members' reserves -- that is, whether the gold was being counted twice -- whether the gold was allocated or unallocated in the vaults of the depository central banks, and whether the gold was ever swapped or leased. The IMF's responses were evasive: http://www.gata.org/node/6241 The first part of Manly's study is headlined "The IMF's Gol

NYT | Today's Headlines - January 31, 2015: Top News: Support Waning, Romney Decides Against 2016 Bid

Most Popular   |   Video   |   Subscribe:  Digital /  Home Delivery Today's Headlines Saturday, January 31, 2015 Top News Support Waning, Romney Decides Against 2016 Bid By ASHLEY PARKER and JONATHAN MARTIN By not pursuing a third presidential bid, Mitt Romney frees up scores of donors and operatives who had been awaiting his decision.   The Upshot: Romney's Withdrawal Is a Reflection of Bush's Strength Most Republicans Say They Back Climate Action, Poll Finds By CORAL DAVENPORT and MARJORIE CONNELLY A poll found that about half of Republicans would favor a presidential candidate who supports fighting climate change.     Graphic: Global Warming Poll     Document: The New York Times/Stanford University Poll on Global Warming   How the Poll Was Conducted Vaccine Critics Turn Defensive Over Measles By JACK HEALY and MICHAEL PAULSON As officials in 14 states grapple with a measles outbreak, the parents at the heart of America&