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Why anti-gun cities are collapsing into runaway murder hubs

6/15/2015 - It is becoming extremely difficult to distinguish some parts of American cities from overseas war zones as the number of people cut down by gunfire in these cities continues to climb. Over the recent Memorial Day holiday, for example, nine people were killed and scores more were wounded in what became...

FBI using fake shell companies to fly spy aircraft over cities, equipped with illegal snooping devices that spy on Americans

6/6/2015 - Spying on Americans' phone calls isn't just a job for the National Security Agency these days. It seems as though the FBI has now gotten into the act. What's more, the discovery wasn't made by some big mainstream media paper or network, but by an independent journalist who is just 23 years old. As...

Why cities make people stupid: Air pollution significantly reduces children's IQ, study finds

5/31/2015 - Metropolitan cities continue to swell across the U.S. as millions flock to densely populated regions seeking employment and hoping for a better quality of life. As urban life continues to grow more popular (especially in the New York metropolitan area), so does the risk of developing various diseases...

Water hoarding begins in Brazil as one of the world's largest cities runs out of water

3/14/2015 - The historic drought gripping South America's largest nation is deepening, leading to rationing and forcing residents in one of the world's biggest cities to hoard water. As reported by Reuters, besides hoarding, Brazilians in Sao Paulo are drilling homemade wells and implementing additional emergency...

Seattle plans to regulate three tent cities as homelessness becomes commonplace in America

2/3/2015 - In an effort to control a growing homeless population that has become increasingly disruptive for Seattle's commuters and residents, Mayor Ed Murray is urging the development and legalization of three tent cities. Such areas would provide the homeless with shelter while keeping them away from heavily...

By the numbers: Why Ebola is a far greater epidemiological risk to Democrats than Republicans

11/3/2014 - Take note in the social media how quickly people will react to the title of this article without even reading it. What follows here is a thoughtful and well-formed epidemiological analysis of the most likely infection and transmission patterns of a level-4 pandemic virus. Ebola isn't swayed by words,...

Top 10 US cities running out of water

8/14/2014 - The U.S. Drought Monitor has released new data on U.S. cities that are running out of water -- and believe it or not, the top 10 spots are all located in California. Some of the worst drought conditions on record have left much of the Golden State grasping for moisture wherever it can be found. But...

Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix and other cities headed for imminent water supply collapse; wave of drought refugees now inevitable

6/29/2014 - One bizarre trait that strongly characterizes modern human civilization is a widespread inability to plan ahead. On every issue imaginable -- debt spending, fossil fuels, health care costs, resource extraction and so on -- our citizens and political leaders demonstrate near-retarded cognitive function...

Unloading disease-carrying immigrants in large U.S. cities a 'perfect storm' for pandemic disease outbreak

6/29/2014 - The federal government's policies of allowing the mass migration of infectious disease-carrying people into the United States while transporting them to America's largest cities is a "perfect blueprint" for seeding a deadly pandemic. Right now, we are witnessing the engineering of a public health and...

Rand Paul gets it: 'Economic Freedom Zones' could save America's cities from bankruptcy

12/15/2013 - If the founding fathers were to somehow be reincarnated today, they would never recognize the country that they fought to create. I'm not simply talking about all of the technological advances made since the 18th century, although anyone who lived then would be blown away by what America has built...

Warning to all police, firefighters, schoolteachers: Most government pensions to be confiscated within a decade

7/21/2013 - Last week, Detroit declared bankruptcy, becoming the largest city in U.S. history to take such drastic action in the face of financial insolvency. A declaration of bankruptcy isn't what most people think it is, though: it's not just a statement of "we're broke!" It's actually a way for the city to clear...

Join the global March Against Monsanto on May 25th as 286 cities rise up against corporate evil

5/7/2013 - A popular revolt against corporate fascism is under way across the planet. Simultaneously spanning 286 cities across the planet, the March Against Monsanto on May 25th aims to spotlight the crimes against nature, farmers and food consumers currently being pursued by Monsanto, a company widely believed...

Why every U.S. city is like a Brazilian nightclub inferno with no exits for the masses

1/29/2013 - As most of the connected world knows by now, 230 people died recently in a Brazilian nightclub "as fire ravaged the building." Why didn't those 230 people get out of the burning building? Because all the exits were blocked except one, of course. And bouncers wouldn't let people leave because they couldn't...

Article updated with new message from the Health Ranger

1/19/2013 - The article which originally appeared here has been removed because it is no longer aligned with the science-based investigative mission of Natural News. In late 2013 / early 2014, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger), editor of Natural News, transitioned from outspoken activist to environmental scientist....

The silver lining behind the coming collapse: 10 reasons for legitimate optimism in the face of impending financial crisis

8/26/2012 - There is good reason for legitimate optimism right now, even in the face of an approaching financial collapse and the rise of the new American police state. It sounds contradictory, but there is a silver lining to all this. There's a catch, however: The silver lining only applies to those who learn...

Buffalo, NY, among the first cities to allow urban agriculture

5/2/2012 - You won't see cornrows stretching into the horizon or amber waves of grain as far as the eye can see, but there's a growing phenomenon in urban America - agriculture is "growing" in our big cities, and as a result, lawmakers and policy chiefs are taking notice. And perhaps nowhere is the trend more...

New research: post-9/11 architecture of fear turns cities into police state zones

1/5/2011 - Almost a decade after the 9/11 attacks on the U.S., significant downtown areas in some of this country's most prominent cities remain largely sealed off with metal gates and barriers. The explanation is that these urban areas allegedly need "security zones" to protect the populace from terrorist attacks....

Note top ten U.S. cities with worst air pollution

5/17/2010 - The American Lung Association recently released its 2010 State of the Air report, which includes an outline of the ten worst U.S. cities for ozone pollution. Car exhaust fumes, chemical plant pollution, and residue from industrial boilers and refineries are some of the many contaminants included in...

Pollution around Cities Increases Risk of Cancer

7/1/2009 - According to the latest estimates from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), people who live around larger cities face an increased risk of developing cancer. The report National-Scale Air Toxics Assessment (NATA) is based on the air pollution data from 2002. It is meant to help federal, state,...

Health Revolution Tour Launching in 2009 in Key U.S. Cities, Vendors and Sponsors Invited to Participate

1/7/2009 - NaturalNews is helping launch a health revolution tour beginning in March of 2009 that will bring live "health revolution" events to key cities across the United States. NaturalNews is partnering with organizers to create the event, which is planned to appear in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco,...

Plan To Spray Toxic Biological Chemicals Over San Francisco Announced

3/11/2008 - People of the world, the US Government is planning to poison more than two million people, in California, using an untested biological "pesticide" this summer. The chemical to be sprayed is classified by the EPA as a "pesticide" and the plan is to douse cities with this chemical designed to stick on...

Medication Pollution Spreads: Water Supply of 24 U.S. Cities Found Contaminated with Pharmaceuticals

3/10/2008 - Analysis of tap water supplies in major metropolitan areas conducted by the Associated Press has revealed that the water supply in 24 major U.S. cities -- serving over 40 million people -- are contaminated with trace amounts of pharmaceuticals including antibiotics, anti-seizure medications, anti-inflammatory...

$74.5 Million Set for the Spraying of Toxic Chemicals Over San Francisco

3/3/2008 - I am angry! On January 24th, 2008, United States Department of (USDA) Agriculture Secretary Chuck Conner announced the availability of $74.5 million in emergency funding to combat the light brown apple moth (LBAM) infestation in California (1). This announcement comes in conjunction with the release...

California cities are rejecting coal-fired power as greenhouse gas emissions law draws near

11/28/2006 - Local citizens, politicians and environmentalists in cities like Los Angeles and Burbank have been making sure that no coal contracts are renewed or begun before the start of a new ban on the energy source in a month. The new California State law regarding the emissions goes into effect on January 1,...

23 Cities Tell Starbucks To Buy Better Milk (press release)

6/22/2006 - 30 Groups to Leaflet Starbucks Stores to Urge Company to Stop Serving Milk Made with Artificial Growth Hormones WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Local and national groups across the country this week will take the following message to the streets in front of Starbucks locations in 23 cities: Stop serving hormone-laden...

Boston joins growing list of U.S. cities saving millions each year by buying prescription drugs from Canada

7/25/2004 - Boston has now done the math and realized that buying prescription drugs from Canada -- rather than paying sky-high prices under the U.S. drug monopoly -- will save it millions of dollars each year. More and more U.S. cities are doing the same thing: making deals with Canadian pharmaceutical companies...

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