Michael Vick & Hillary Clinton hospitalized after doctors discover blood clot CNN) — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was hospitalized Sunday after doctors discovered a blood clot during a follow-up exam related to a concussion she suffered this month, her spokesman said.
She is expected to remain at New York Presbyterian Hospital for the next 48 hours so doctors can monitor her condition and treat her with anti-coagulants, said Philippe Reines, deputy assistant secretary of state.
“Her doctors will continue to assess her condition, including other issues associated with her concussion,” Reines said. “They will determine if any further action is required.”
Reines did not specify where the clot was discovered.
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Fritz Haber: War Criminal Even today, the evil legacy of Fritz Haber bedevils international law, the complex scientist who invented and then supervised the use of chemical warfare.
His Jewish mother died giving birth to Haber in 1868. Haber then spent his life trying to hide his Jewish origins, converting to Catholicism and adopting all the mannerisms of a German scholar and gentleman, right down to the pince nez glasses.
He also lived in a fascinating era of new scientific ideas, as his friend and fellow Jew, Albert Einstein was publishing revolutionary theories of relativity.
But the mild-mannered “Dr. Jekyl” was turned into “Mr. Hyde” with the advent of World War I.
The Original Evil Genius
While Einstein came out publicly against war, Haber was no pacifist. The chemist openly and proudly offered his position and laboratories at the prestigious Berlin University to the German war machine, rolled up his own sleeves and developed chemical weapons such as chlorine gas, nerve gas and tear gas.
Haber’s work led to the development of yet another poison: cyanide and the infamous Zyklon B.
Soon, he was chief of Germany’s Chemical Warfare Service, and he personally supervised his work on the fields of war.
On April 22, 1914, Captain Haber was decked out in military uniform and on the German front lines at Ypres, Belgium, directing the first poison gas attack in military history, as 167 tons of chlorine blew across Flanders fields killing 1,000.
Two days later, with favorable winds, Haber’s corps released more poison gas, this time killing 4,000 in one fell swoop.
The New York Times of April 26, 1915 reported:
“Some (soldiers) got away in time, but many, alas, not understanding the new danger were not so fortunate and were overcome by the fumes and died poisoned. Among those who escaped, nearly all cough and spit blood, the chlorine attacking the mucous membrane. The dead were turned black at once … (The Germans) made no prisoners. Whenever they saw a soldier whom the fumes had not quite killed they snatched away his rifle … and advised him to lie down to die better.”
Some 92,000 soldiers died and over a million injured as a result of the use of nerve gas in World War I, a weapon that they could not defend against and which provoked cruel and painful death. Haber knew that the gas killed by burning through the throats and lungs of the victims. In essence, the intent of Haber’s work was to indiscriminately kill soldiers like rats, all in the name of the German war effort.
NEW YORK – More than 100,000 people have signed a petition to deport British CNN host Piers Morgan from the U.S. over his gun control views. But it seems many in the U.K. don’t want Morgan there either.
A petition created on Christmas Day titled “Keep Piers Morgan in the U.S.” has garnered more than 8,000 signatures.
“We want to keep Piers Morgan in the USA,” the petition reads. “No one in the U.K. wants him back.”
The first petition to deport Morgan was originally posted on Dec. 21, after he shared his views on gun control.
Morgan took an aggressive stand for tighter U.S. gun laws in the wake of the Newtown, Connecticut, school shooting. Following the shooting, he called a gun advocate appearing on his “Piers Morgan Tonight” show an “unbelievably stupid man.”
Morgan initially seemed unfazed — and even amused — by the movement to deport him.
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‘Gangnam Style’ Reaches 1 Billion Hits On YouTube, A First For The Video-Sharing Network The thunderous gallop of the viral hit “Gangam Style” cannot be stopped.
Less than a month after becoming the most-watched YouTube video in history, Psy’s music video became the first ever to surpass 1 billion views on the Google-owned video website.
As of Friday morning, the video had notched almost 400,000 views above that 10-figure threshold.
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