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The national Weather Services predicts a hooter-than-normal summer for much of the U.S.

The Heat is On for Much of the U.S.

The national Weather Services predicts a hooter-than-normal summer for much of the U.S.
the mushroom cloud from a nuclear explosion. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay .

Expert Warns Iran Could Quickly Produce 12 Nukes

A nuclear weapons inspector warns that Iran could quickly produce up to a dozen nuclear warheads in just a few months.
an artists rendering of buildings after being hit by a nuclear blast wave

What its Like at the Center of a Nuclear Strike

When a nuclear weapon hits, the resulting fireball and high winds bulldoze everything withing three miles and kill people for fifteen miles.
The Israeli Iron Dome system intercepting missiles. Photo by the IDF Spokesperson's Unit.

CIA Expects Iranian Attack in the Next 38 Hours

The CIA has reportedly warned that Iran plans to attack Israel with a "rain" of drones and missiles within the next 48 hours.
F16 fighter jet

Russia Threatens to Attack NATO Airbases

If the Ukrainian F16 fighter jets operate out of NATO airbases outside Ukraine, Putin says he will consider them "legitimate targets."
9mm ammunition

All About Investing in Tangible Goods

The ins and outs of investing in tangible goods, including why and how.
A concealed carry pistol in a holster

Home-Jackings are a Good Reason to Own a Gun

When criminals are at the door, a handgun is often available more quickly than a police officer. Are you prepared to defend yourself?
Power generation plant

Electric Utilities Can’t Keep up with Surging Demand

So many data centers are being built or are in the planning stages that we could see a surge in electrical demand beyond what the utilities can produce.
Gold coins and bars

Gold Hits New Record High

Gold hit a record high today, Bitcoin came close, and silver was up too. What's going on with these markets?
A bank vault

Some Regional Banks See Shaky Financial Future

Just as last year's bank failures fade from memory, problems at some other banks raise fears of a new round of bank failures.