Palantir Technologies, the big-data company whose software reportedly helped find Osama bin Laden, has acquired a 2-year-old social media marketing startup. Palantir acquired Poptip, a company that helps major brands analyze data from...Show More Summary
Orchid Island Capital, Inc. (NYSEMKT:ORC) Q2 2014 Earnings Conference Call July 30, 2014 10:00 AM ET Executives Robert Cauley – Chairman, President and CEO Hunter Haas – CFO and Chief Investment Officer Analysts David Walrod – Ladenburg...Show More Summary
In a decision laden with potentially super-sized consequences, the federal government ruled on Tuesday that McDonalds is an employer that exerts substantial power over its employees’ working conditions. This ruling by the National Labor...Show More Summary
In a Carolina Hurricanes prospect development camp laden with former high draft picks and major junior top scorers, 22-year-old Patrick Brown's resume and background hardly fit in. Brown is only a few months removed from his collegeShow More Summary
From the July 24 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: Previously: O'Reilly Agrees With James Rosen That Obama Has An "Innate Repulsion To The Projection Of American Force Abroad" Conservative Media Cast Obama's Bin Laden Order As "Opposite" Of Foreign Policy Views Right-Wing Media Ignore Iraqi Resistance To Status Of Forces Agreement To Blame Obama For Violence
Star, a tentacle of tabloid kraken American Media, Inc., has a special "Who Shot JFK Jr.!" issue out. (No question mark!) Their answer: "Muslim terror kingpin Osama bin Laden." Or the Mob. Also, LBJ killed JFK, they report. It is a breathless corroboration of the far Right's favorite JFK conspiracy phantasies. Read more...
Apple is widely expected to launch at least a couple of different iWatch models this fall, that will be laden with many sensors for fitness and health purposes, and connect to iPhones for notifications and other data. While VentureBeat...Show More Summary
Operator escaped after treeing Phantom quadcopter laden with illicit electronics.
The past couple of seasons have been laden with injuries for New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, but there is already reason to expect a much healthier 2014. According to NFL.com's Albert Breer, the Pats have opted against...Show More Summary
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is reportedly furious about a Chinese viral video that photoshops him into all manner of ridiculous scenarios: dancing, brawling, riding a pig, frolicking with Osama Bin Laden, and generally being made a laughingstock by Obama and Putin. Read more...
New WSJ piece argues that dying Gazans are not truly innocent civilians. Its argument will sound eerily familiar
Train laden with bodies of passengers from downed airliner heads to Ukrainian city of Kharkiv en route to Netherlands.
Hamas militants sent a donkey laden with explosives on a suicide mission in one of the most unconventional tactics yet seen in the fighting in Gaza, the Israeli army has said. Troops said they were forced to open fire on the animal –...Show More Summary
JERUSALEM — The belt strapped onto the donkey's body was laden with explosives, the Israeli military said in a statement. The animal was urged forward by Hamas militants, the army said, toward troops stationed near Rafah, inside the Gaza Strip. Read full article >>
The Clinton Library released the latest round of documents Friday, its six release of previously undisclosed materials. Here are some of the highlights, with links to fuller items.
Then-President Bill Clinton in April 1999 expressed concern that the Central Intelligence Agency might have exaggerated the case for capturing Osama bin Laden.
Latest Clinton White House records reveal new details on bin Laden, Haiti and the Supreme Court.
Clinton asked for more information on Osama bin Laden in 1998, according to new records.
From Bin Laden skepticism to forecasting Sonia Sotomayor’s rise to the Supreme Court, the Clinton Presidential Library’s latest trove of release documents sheds new light on the inner workings of the Clinton White House.
Just over ten years ago, the United States was beginning what would be two lengthy military campaigns in the Middle East. On one hand, in Afghanistan, intelligence suggested that the Taliban had been supporting Osama bin Laden and the al-Qaeda network, effectively abetting them in their attack on the World Trade Center. Show More Summary