As though waking up in the morning isn’t hard enough, one Aussie woman woke to find a five meter (16.4ft) snake straddling her bedroom wall. Read Full Article at RT.com
Tom Cruise and the Church of Scientology are getting into the “propaganda machine” business by launching their very own 24-hour news network and movie studio. Read Full Article at RT.com
US bases in Japan will be without fireworks on the 4th of July due to restrictions following the brutal murder of an Okinawan woman by a marine. Read Full Article at RT.com
There’s a whole other world under the sea and it appears now it’s making a mysterious whistling noise which humans can’t hear, though it can be detected in space, according to new research. Read Full Article at RT.com
Britons are getting ready to vote on a referendum to exit the European Union, which the UK has been part of for decades. Meanwhile, various US politicians have thrown their weight behind both sides of the debate. Read Full Article at RT.com
With only two votes to spare, the US Senate blocked a controversial bill that would expand the government’s power to investigate terrorism suspects without a warrant. Read Full Article at RT.com
Hillary Clinton’s actions as Secretary of State “opened the Pandora’s box of radical Islam” even while she “refuses to acknowledge the threat posed by Radical Islam,” Donald Trump stated in a broad rebuke of the presumptive Democratic nominee.
Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello has released a short video in which he urges people to “stand up against” the “frat house rapist” Donald Trump.
“The only thing Donald Trump offered today was more hypocritical lies and nutty conspiracy theories,” said Hillary Clinton’s senior national spokesperson Glen Caplin in a statement. “This is more distraction from a candidate that cannot answer or dispute any of yesterday’s criticism of his business record.”
CNN’s David Gergen, a former aide to former President Bill Clinton who also worked for three GOP administrations prior to that, embarrassed himself on live television on Wednesday by claiming falsely that Peter Schweizer’s book Clinton Cash has been “basically discredited.”