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US Oil Exports Outpace OPEC Cuts

U.S. crude oil exports went above 1.2 million barrels per day, which is more than several Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) produced per day in January. Qatar, Algeria, and Ecuador did not produce as much crude oil as outbound shipments in the U.S.,...

US/China Tensions in China Sea Build over Latest US Exercises

Paul Gordon Collier WORLD-   Is the U.S headed to war with China over the China Sea? We’ve reported on the growing tensions in the region for some time now. Recent moves by the US, and China’s response to those moves, has raised the warning flag for some over the...

Man Finds Himself After Being Missing for Nearly 30 Years

NEWS FOR THE NIGHT -You’ve heard the expression, physician heal thyself, right?  Well, how about this one?  Lost Man Find Thyself! That’s just what happened in the strange case of Edgar Latulip, who, almost 30 years ago, in September 1986, disappeared from a group...

Indian God Charged in Court for Blocking Traffic

NEWS FOR THE NIGHT – In America, we debate the separation of church and state all the time.  In India, however, no such debate is happening.  Instead, the debate is whether or not you can actually charge the gods and goddesses of the Hindu religion in legal...

Iran Moderates Score Big in National Election

WORLD-  All signs indicate that the results of the recent Iranian Election held on February 29, 2016 will move Iran politically more to the center.  The moderates, or reformers, have won big across the board. The reformers are strong supporters of President Hassan...

Macedonian Guards Teargas Syrian Refugees

WORLD-  Even before the promised new round of Syrian War refugees arrives in Europe, tensions between European nations and the refugees are already at high point.  In Macedonia, today, February 29th, Macedonian border guards and frustrated refugees clashed again. The...

Crushing Wave Of Refugees Expected From Syria

WORLD-  Bill Collier- The battle for Aleppo, the once second largest city in Syria, is promising to spark a new wave of refugees from Syria. These refugees would be civilians in areas sympathetic to the Al Nusra Front (an Al Qaeda group) and other mostly Islamist...