This is what happened when 20,000 pro-Nazis congregated at Madison Square Garden in 1939.
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A weekly list of interesting news stories and videos from all over the Internet.
This robot did not look or act like a human being at all even if CNBC talked like it did.
The goal of maximizing profits for shareholders by any means available incentivizes discord as the primary source of profits.
Parrot plays funny strategy in this video.
Abe’s tool of snap elections to crush a weak and divided opposition has emerged as a key weakness in Japanese democracy.
Daphne Caruana Galizia, a Maltese journalist who exposed the financial corruption of Maltese elites, has been assassinated in a car bombing.
Facebook announced in April that within the walls of its ominous Building 8, the home of the company’s R&D division, the company was working to create a brain-machine interface (BMI) that...
It's hard to imagine these Houston people are the lucky ones.
All the "fixes" have fatally weakened the real economy, and created a dangerous illusion of "wealth," "growth" and solvency.
Chaos is growing inside Mexico.
A financial blog has countered the Washington Post's smear campaign against independent online financial websites.
Bob Ager explains how Stanley Kubrick revealed how power politics works every where in every day life in this video.
How the masses live in a constant state of destabilized perception in a new system of social control.
Peter Hart, the activism director at Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting, discusses the latest media hit piece on journalist Gary Webb, who reported on the links between the CIA, the Contras, and the crack epidemic in the 1980s.
What I found most interesting in the movie was the way it showed how a real journalist goes after stories and what happened to him as a result for finding a "story that mattered."
"Former US president Jimmy Carter has admitted he uses snail mail to evade monitoring by the National Security Agency and that he feels such surveillance methods have been abused."
These are some interesting news stories and things of note I saw on the Internet this week.