Innovative Software Technologies Rebrands Green Energy Division

  Innovative Software Technologies, Inc. (INIV.PK) is pleased to announce that it has rebranded its new green energy division, IST Global Green Energy Solutions, Inc., to Znergy, Inc. (http://www.Znergy.co). Its mission is to capture revenue and market share by leveraging the global awareness of Green initiatives, as well as capitalize on the estimated $1 trillion global energy infrastructure upgrades occurring […]

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Narcotic Painkillers Another Threat to Traumatized War Vets: Study

  Iraq and Afghanistan war  veterans who have psychiatric disorders, especially post-traumatic stress  disorder, are more likely than mentally healthy vets to use prescription narcotic painkillers, a new study finds. Use of these opioid pain medications, such as OxyContin, Percocet and  Vicodin, can become addictive and cause more serious problems, researchers  say. “Veterans using these narcotic painkillers had worse clinical  […]

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President Obama Unveils Housing Initiative at Super Tuesday News Conference

  President Obama today unveiled his administration’s latest plan to tackle the housing crisis, announcing new mortgage relief for U.S. military personnel and homeowners with government-insured loans at his first news conference of the year. Obama told reporters at his 19th solo White House news conference that he is not satisfied to “sit by and wait while the housing market […]

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Netanyahu Signals Determination on Iran, but War Will Have to Wait

    Had he been speaking Hebrew in a dramatic TV broadcast back home, parts of Benjamin Netanyahu’s fire-and-brimstone speech on Monday night might have been mistaken for the words of an Israeli Prime Minister about to launch a fateful war. He painted Iran’s nuclear program as an apocalyptic extermination threat redolent of the Nazi Holocaust, stressed Israel’s power and […]

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U.S., others agree to nuclear talks with Iran

  The United States and other countries agreed Tuesday to resume negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program. Iran also signaled a willingness to let international inspectors visit a key military base at Parchin, which international inspectors suspect could be involved in a nuclear weapons program. The United States, France, Britain, China, Russia and Germany said they would resume stalled […]

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Ahmadinejad Eclipsed as Iran’s Vote Goes to the Ayatullah

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is the Iranian leader Americans most love to hate, and he’s not doing so well back home, either. Ahmadinejad was the big loser in Iran’s parliamentary elections on Friday, the results of which show a solid victory for the hard-line supporters of Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei. Both camps had approached the election as a public showdown […]

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