Facebook and other social platforms are watching users’ chats for criminal activity and notifying police if any suspicious behavior is detected, according to a report.
We’ve all complained – whether to a neighbor, grandma or politician – about high gas prices at one point or another. For one man in Nashville Tenn. though, the cost of filling up his tank may be one conversation best saved for a lawyer.
News Channel 5 reports that Ray Crockett pulled into a Mapco gas station last Friday because, he said, “They had the cheapest gas at the time. (Read more…)” Crockett filled up, swiped his card to pay, and grabbed the receipt showing he’d been charged $30.00.
Since the introduction of genetically modified (GM) crops into the food supply in the mid-1990s, the European Union has generally resisted allowing these crops to be planted in member countries. This resistance has primarily been due to the fact that there is much debate over the potential harm that GM crops could do to the environment and other non-GM crops, and the potential harm that food containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs) may do to humans.
This resistance seems to be weakening, however, no doubt due to persistent pressure from Monsanto, the world’s leading biotechnology firm, and Monsanto’s many allies in the U.S. (Read more…) government. According to mercola.com: