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USCGC Polar Star to the Rescue


World laughs and mocks liberal global warming alarmists whose ship became caught in ice. The USCGC Polar Star has been dispatched to Antarctica in order to attempt the rescue of a Russian research ship that got trapped in the ice, as well as a Chinese icebreaker that got trapped while trying to free the Russian…

CDC Issues More Warnings on H1N1


On December 30th, 2013, AlertsUSA issued the following Flash message to subscriber mobile devices: CDC warns H1N1 Swine Flu now widespread in 10 states. 23 other states reporting regional outbreaks. Also warns children 6 mo thru 8 yo may need 2nd [vaccine] dose. AlertsUSA subscribers have been notified twice in the last two weeks via…

Major Terrorist Threat to Winter Olympics


On December 30th, 2013, AlertsUSA issued the following Flash message to subscriber mobile devices: 15 killed in bus explosion in Volgograd (Stalingrad), Russia. Follows 12/29 bombing @ Volgograd train station. Security questioned for Sochi Winter Olympics.. On Monday of this week, AlertsUSA subscribers were notified via text messages to their mobile devices of a bomb…

Weekly National Situation Update 1.4.2014

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In this week’s update we cover the growing security concerns around the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, provide an update on the dangerous H1N1 Swine Flu outbreak taking hold nationwide and an update on the situation at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in Japan. Join Us. [sound width="500" height="60" id=""]  

Russia Adds New Nuclear Attack Sub


Russia’s has received a New Year present with the hand-over of a cutting-edge nuclear attack submarine, the Severodvinsk, Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said. The Severodvinsk had been under construction at the Sevmash shipyard in northern Russia since 1993. “Yesterday the parent nuclear submarine of the Yasen-project has been handed over to the navy…

Fed Judge: OK to Search Electronics at Border


U.S. border agents should have the authority to search laptop computers carried by news photographers and other travelers at international border crossings without reasonable suspicion, a federal judge in Brooklyn ruled Friday. In a written decision, U.S. District Judge Edward Korman granted a government motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by civil rights attorneys that…