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American ‘diplomat’ arrested at Pakistan airport carrying bullets

Police say the suspect was carrying 13 bullets in his luggage and was due to fly to the capital Islamabad

Detention of American could add to already strained relationship between U.S and Pakistan

Steve Jobs FBI file details GPA, LSD, Bomb Threats, Security Clearance & More

On Thursday February 9th, 2012 the FBI released the Steve Jobs FBI file due to the Freedom of Information Act. The file is a 191 page document which we’ve provided below so that you can read it, download it or print it yourself. The legal name for Mr. Jobs revealed in the file is Steven Paul Jobs.

Fears of iPad shortage as Chinese firm which owns trademark tries to block exports

A Chinese technology firm that claims it owns the iPad trademark is planning on seeking a ban on exports of Apple’s computer tablets from China, a lawyer for the company has said.

If successful, the move could deal a blow to the U.S. tech giant’s iPad sales worldwide.

Occupy and Tea Party Join Forces to Defeat Unconstitutional NDAA

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

In what many activists have been hoping to see for quite a while, it appears that some in the Occupy movement and the Tea Party have finally found a bit of common ground…

News Brief Podcast: FBI Labels 9/11 Truthers As Potential Terrorists

In the wake of the 25 flyers that were sent out to state and local law enforcement that labeled everyday activities as possible signs of terrorism, much uproar has been made about a particular section in one of the documents.

Yesterday we published an extensive article detailing the fact that the FBI and other government agencies are labeling 9/11 truthers as possible terrorists.

Today The Intel Hub News Brief released a podcast transmission on this very topic, delving further into the story and covering details and opinion not covered in the original article.

Possible sensor failure throws Fukushima reactor temp. data into doubt

Doubt has been cast on the accuracy of temperature readings from the No. 2 reactor at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, as the government and plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) increasingly suspect a temperature sensor inside the reactor has malfunctioned.

“It’s just a bad thermometer. Honest! Bad thermometer. Really. No kidding. Lowest bidder and all that.” — General Defective

 

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