Netanyahu: U.S. Has Presented Some “New And Interesting Ideas” For Moving The Middle East Peace Process Forward

The most important news for Tuesday, January 26th, 2010….

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told his cabinet on Sunday that he has been presented with “new and interesting ideas” to move the Middle East peace process forward by the United States.

Approximately one million remain homeless in Haiti as rampant looting and chaotic food hand-outs continue to cause problems.

Machete fights have been reported in Haiti as families argue over who should have access to the desperately limited supply of tents.

The million people in Haiti made homeless by an earthquake that hit the island two weeks ago could be among the first to receive controversial vaccines under a campaign organized by the WHO.

There is an increasing body of evidence that there are actually very large untapped reserves of oil and gold in Haiti.

The Obama administration has stepped up pressure on the World Bank not to fund coal-fired power plants in developing countries.

A new poll by the Pew Research Center reveals that the issues that Americans are most concerned about are the economy and jobs and the issue that Americans are least concerned about is global warming.

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is suggesting that his state could ease its crowded prison system by sending thousands of undocumented inmates to specially built jails in Mexico.

What is going on in Pakistan?  There are reports that Pakistan has been frantically building up tunnels in areas not far from the border with India.

The devastating effect that unemployment is having on some Americans is incredibly heartbreaking.

Is the west coast of the United States quickly becoming a wasteland?

U.S. consumers defaulted on store-brand credit cards at near-record levels during the holiday shopping season.

Some analysts are predicting another 10 to 15 percent fall in U.S. housing prices.

An independent investigator is launching two probes into the U.S. government’s rescue of American International Group and the insurer’s subsequent payments of billions to big banks.

Top Senate Democrats have drafted an $82.5 billion jobs bill that would help small businesses, boost spending on road construction and mass transit, and give local governments money to retain teachers.  Wait – wasn’t that what the “stimulus bill” was supposed to do?

Barack Obama plans to announce a three-year partial spending freeze aimed at reducing the nation’s record budget deficit.

U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown says that there is growing support for a global tax on banks to protect taxpayers from the cost of potential future crises.

The Environmental Working Group has released yet another report that indicates that the drinking water supplies in the United States are being highly contaminated with pollutants.

New intelligence brought to light by Spiegel indicates that Iran is very much interested in developing nuclear weapons as quickly as possible.

A top Iranian military commander declared on Tuesday that Iran plans to inaugurate “several new missiles and arms projects” in February.

Mexico is one of the biggest oil producers in the world, but it turns out that drugs bring more money into Mexico than oil does.

Oil shortage?  It turns out that the world is virtually swimming in oil.

Teen pregnancy and abortion rates in the U.S. are on the rise again.

Bill Gates is saying that China’s attempts to stifle dissent on the Internet are “very limited”.

Research being conducted in the U.S. could make it far easier to implant electronics in the human body.

Pro-abortion groups are attempting to rally their supporters to convince CBS to stand against the pro-life Super Bowl ad that will feature college football star Tim Tebow and his mother.

A group of scientists says that the world should organize its defenses now in case an asteroid is found on a collision course with Earth.

Does the Obama administration plan “a wrenching transformation of society” in order to bring the U.S. into line with Agenda 21?

The Yellowstone area has experienced 1200 earthquakes over the past week.

There are 17 very rare earth elements that we rely on every day, but according to one new report, the world could run out of them by 2012.

A new Internet game encourages children to make their characters wear sexy lingerie and to buy “trophy” orphans.

The world’s second “pregnant man” is getting ready to give birth next month.

A priest recently witnessed dead babies being loaded into a “medical waste” truck in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Lastly, an international team of researchers led by scientists from Yale believes that it may be possible to resurrect a tortoise species hunted to extinction by whalers visiting the Galapagos Islands during the early 19th century.