Thousands worldwide march against Monsanto and GM crops
23 May 2015
A woman holds a sign during a march against US agrochemical giant Monsanto on May 23, 2015, in Santiago, Chile (AFP Photo/Martin Bernetti)
Paris (AFP) - Thousands of people hit the streets in cities across the world Saturday to protest against the American biotechnology giant Monsanto and its genetically modified crops and pesticides.
Antigay Midland pastor outed for soliciting sex from men
by Elissa Robinson
May 20, 2015
Reverend Matthew Makela has two problems with queer people: he can't stop calling them predatory sickos, and he can't stop having sex with them.
A Michigan pastor who has publicly railed against gay marriage has resigned from his post after being outed for soliciting sex from men through an app geared toward gay, bisexual and bi-curious men.
Former NSA official: Secret phone records grab a mistake
15 May 2015
By KEN DILANIAN
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The decision to keep secret the National Security Agency's collection of American calling records was a strategic blunder that set the stage for Edward Snowden's unauthorized disclosures and ultimately harmed U.S. national security, the agency's former inspector general told NSA employees in blunt remarks Friday.
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