208km NW of Iberia, along the Nazca plate.
The woman clothed in the sun makes her first appearance. The first of the signs will appear over the next 48 hours.
In the first referendum in 41 years, the Greek population in a large turnout voted “No” to accepting the European Union austerity program tied to the creditors demands for further financial relief. Greece will now have to leave the Euro Zone.
U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) along with other branches of the military will be conducting one of the largest military exercises in recent memory.
The operation entitled Jade Force 15, will involve 1,200 troops comprised primarily of Green Berets, Navy Seals and Army infantry and will span across multiple states that include California, Nevada, Texas, Colorado, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.
The operation is scheduled to commence July 18th, 2015 and end September 15th, 2015.
The exercises are much larger than most and span several states so they will not take place on military bases but instead will be conducted on both public and private property (permission already has been granted). The purpose of the military exercise is to provide U.S. military forces with a realistic training ground in unfamiliar locals simulating both hostile and friendly territories.
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Today Martin O’Malley, former Maryland governor declared his candidacy on for the Democratic nomination. We see him having a 0% chance of success.
Regardless of his entry into the race this will not change the final outcome, and so we are ready to make our prediction for the Democratic and Republican nominees for President of the United States:
Democratic nominee: Hillary Rodham Clinton
Republican nominee: It is still unclear to make a definitive prediction, but we are willing to narrow the field and predict it will be either: Scott Walker, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush or Rand Paul.
Check back for updates as we get farther down the road.
When the votes are tallied, Ireland will be the 1st country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage. The vote will be resoundingly Yes.