The Justice League movie: Script ready but too complicated; Film’s main villain revealed?

Reportedly, only comic book followers will identify with the story WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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New Jersey governor Christie Christie preparing for White House run: WSJ

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and his supporters have formed a political-action committee ahead of a likely bid for president, adding a third well-known Republican figure to the fight for campaign funds among the party’s core donor class, the Wall Street Journal reported. The launch of th… WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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Iran Vows to Attack Israel From West Bank



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George Clooney ‘put on strict diet’ by Amal Alamuddin after he gained more than a stone since their wedding in Italy

Amal Alamuddin wants George Clooney to get into shape before the Oscars on 22 February. WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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North Korea Continues to Develop Ballistic Missiles


Debalina Ghoshal  8-29-14   Despite Chapter VII of the UN Charter and UNSC Resolutions, it seems that North Korea will continue developing its missiles — and eventually weaponize them with nuclear warheads.

“North Korea’s ballistic and nuclear threat is very much a near-term threat. … Steady progression in their program is not harmless.” — Victor Cha, Centre for Strategic and International Studies.

On March 26, 2014, North Korea reportedly test-fired medium-range ballistic Rodong missiles — capable of reaching Japan and U.S. military bases in the Asia-Pacific region.

Since February, South Korean officials claim that North Korea has confirmed at least 90 test-firings, among which ten were ballistic missiles.

Recent missile tests by North Korea indicate that North Korea has been vehemently violating its United Nations Security Council [UNSC] resolutions — again.

The UNSC’s Resolution 2094, adopted in 2013, was intended to “significantly impede[s] North Korea’s ability to develop further its illicit nuclear and ballistic missile programs, as well as its proliferation activities,” according to Susan E. Rice, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

Further, the Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution 1718 in 2006, under Chapter VII, Article 41 of the UN Charter, prohibiting North Korea from any nuclear or missile testing.

The Resolution also requires North Korea to suspend all activities related to development of ballistic missiles, and calls for North Korea to rejoin the Non-Proliferation Treaty and thereby abide by IAEA safeguard norms.

In 2013, UNSC Resolution 2094 also imposed sanctions on North Korea that would “ban financial transactions” with it — apparently due to suspicions that such financing could be used to fund the state’s nuclear and missile development program.Screen shot 2014-08-29 at 12.51.43 PMMissile Tests Since December 2012: A Brief Analysis

On December 12, 2012, there were reports that North Korea had “successfully demonstrated” the capability of being able to launch a “small payload into orbit,” enabling the country to target territories in the United States. The test earned North Korea worldwide criticism.

The United States responded by calling the test a “highly provocative act that threatens Continue reading

Originally posted 2014-08-29 12:01:57.

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Advantage, Cruz!

We must be winning against ISIS. We have body counts! And John Kerry is pushing them. Next: Jane Fonda sees the light at the end of the tunnel … __________ Republicans are thinking of abolishing the Senate filibuster for Supreme Court nominees? Bad idea. Supreme Court nominations may be the case where a filibuster rule is most justified. Why? […] WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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Crude oil slips as Greek election hits euro hard

Euro drops to a near 11-year low against the US dollar on 26 January. WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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There are some crazy conspiracy theories about light bulbs — and then there are some real dangers

LEDs are very energy efficient. But they’re also a threat to our health. … WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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Miss Colombia Paulina Vega is Miss Universe 2014: Know more about the beauty queen

Miss Colombia Paulina Vega beat Miss USA and Miss Ukraine to win the coveted beauty title. WAIT, THERE’S MORE…

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Boy, girl charged with torching Walmart

(THESMOKINGGUN) — An 11-year-old South Carolina boy is facing an arson charge after allegedly setting a fire inside a Walmart that caused millions of dollars in damages to the business, police report.

The boy’s 13-year-old cousin has also been charged in connection with the December 31 blaze.

According to investigators, the boy stole a lighter while inside the Columbia store and, with his cousin, used it to set a fire in the Walmart’s greeting card aisle. The ensuing blaze caused significant damage to the store, though no injuries were reported.


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