Crude Oil Shatters Record Volume in Nymex Trading
Lovelock: We Can't Save the Planet
Seoul Cautious as Fingers Point at N. Korea - from Pandabonium
The Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources in South Korea said that at the time of the incident, a soundwave in the air equivalent to 260 kilograms of TNT exploding was detected. The amount equals the explosive power of a middle-size torpedo carried by North Korea's Sango-class submarine. The possibility of a sea mine causing the disaster is regarded as low.
The South Korean media and the public are increasingly leaning toward the theory that Pyongyang was involved. But the patrol ship did not detect anything that suggested a submarine or torpedo was in the area before the explosion.
Economy/USSenate impasse costs 425,000 their unemployment checks - from Rice Farmer
JPMorgan balance sheet shows recovery not complete
Julian Robertson on why inflation is the real problem
Small Business Optimism "Very Low and Headed in the Wrong Direction”
Carlyle Closes Asia Fund With $2.55 Billion
Following on the heels of the Blackstone Group.
Hedge funds buy metals and energy and sell the yen
George Soros Warns About Greek 'Debt Spiral'
Is that a promise?
Soros: You'll Soon See Why The British Pound Is In Far Better Shape Than The Euro
The graphs that show Greece is not alone
£500 energy bills landing on doormats
Poland eyes June 20 vote, post-crash cracks emerge
Dow Theorist Richard Russell Predicts Israel Strike On Iran Nuclear Facilities
Nuclear Blast Victims Would Have to Wait - from Rice Farmer
Documents Reveal Al Qaeda Cyberattacks - from Rice Farmer
Cyberwar Doomsayer Lands $34 Million in Cyberwar Contracts
Yale Man Makes Presidents Out of Provosts as Jack Welch Made CEOs From GE
Red shirts take over "richest part" of Bangkok
Bloody protests in Indonesia
Big Banks Cash In On Microlending, Nobel Peace Prize Winner Appalled
"Loan-sharking, the socially-approved way."
Summer 2010: Big Hurricanes, High Oil Prices
Uganda: Petrol Scarcity Pushes Food Prices Up
Venezuela Hauls In 'Floating' Electricity Plant Amid Shortages
Japanese agency to invest in Venezuela's Orinoco belt
AFRICOM Backs Bloodshed in Central Africa (from Rice Farmer)
Climate row: backing for scientists
Sun's magnetic field may have caused freezing winter
Rivers a source of rising tension between Pakistan
At Least 400 Dead In Chinese Earthquake
USDA warns of chemicals in beef
Asian hornet on the way to prey on honeybees
US scientists reveal bulletproof T-shirts
Coca Colla: Bolivia's new 'real thing'
"Bolivian president approves Coca-based dark soft drink that Coca-Cola company has yet to comment on."