Turk – Gold Trades Above $2,000 For 10th Straight Day. Here Is Why That Is So Important

Today James Turk spoke with King World News about why it is so important that the price of gold has traded above the $2,000 level for 10 straight days.


Here Is A Stunning Look At The Gold Market

On the heels of the recent significant volatility and shenanigans in the paper markets, King World News continues to focus on the big picture in the gold and silver markets. Always important to take a step back and look at the big picture.


Why U.S. green groups are talking about abortion this election

By Andy Sullivan DENVER (Reuters) – Green billionaire Tom Steyer vowed to make the November congressional elections about climate change. Now he’s talking about abortion and the economy to get his candidates across the finish line. Steyer, a hedge fund manager turned environmentalist, launched a state-of-the-art operation to push voters to elect governors and senators willing to confront global warming. His NextGen Climate Action political committee is on track to

Can you drink too much milk? Study raises questions

The findings may warrant questions about recommendations for milk consumption, although further research is needed, its authors said, as the association may be purely coincidental. Higher milk intake was not accompanied by a lower risk of fractures but “may be associated with a higher rate of death”, the study said. Among the women, 180 per 1,000 in the group which drank three glasses of milk or more a day died

Get your facts right: Italy, U.S. come bottom in modern life survey

By Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) – Italians and Americans score worst when it comes to correctly assessing basic facts of modern life, such as what proportion of the population are immigrants or Muslims and what percentage of teenage girls get pregnant. Swedes and Germans do best, although even they consistently get things wrong, according to a survey of 14 industrialized countries released on Wednesday. The analysis by market research organization

10 Must-Have Healthy Foods to Keep in Your Fridge

Here are 10 great foods—from hummus to chocolate bars—to keep around for a healthy lifestyle. A Light Salad Dressing I use Litehouse OPA dressing—it’s made with Greek yogurt for a lighter take on blue cheese and ranch flavors. Dairy-Free Chocolate Bars For a healthier sweet, try Enjoy Life dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free chocolate bars. Enjoy alone, or try the crunchy chocolate bar crumbled on top of Greek yogurt for dessert! Related: Fall’s

Massachusetts town's plan to ban tobacco sales riles store owners

By Ted Siefer LOWELL Mass. (Reuters) – Store owners in a Massachusetts town proposing to bar the sale of all tobacco products objected to the proposal on Tuesday, a day after local officials announced the planned ban. Health officials in Westminster, about 60 miles (97 km)northwest of Boston, released a plan on Monday to bar the sale of cigarettes, chewing tobacco and cigars, as well as electronic cigarettes, citing health

Weak muscles can put diabetics at risk on stairs

By Janice Neumann (Reuters Health) – When nerves in the legs and feet are damaged from diabetes, people often have trouble on stairs, but a new report suggests exercise might help lower their risk of falling. People with so-called diabetic peripheral neuropathy go up and down stairs more slowly and clumsily than healthy people because of weak muscles, sensory damage (loss of feeling) and poor coordination, say the authors of

How Hard Is Moderate Exercise? Not As Hard As You Might Think

No pain, no problem: A brisk walk is enough to qualify as moderate exercise for most people. A study published by the Canadian team last year found that 80 percent of inactive older adults couldn’t tell when a workout qualified as moderate intensity activity. The experts asked each person to run or walk on a treadmill at an effort level that the subjects felt was a moderate intensity. The participants

Sick of Being Tired? Sneaky Signs Your Thyroid Is Slacking Off

Dragging throughout the day after logging enough shut eye is one of the most common symptoms of an under-active thyroid.  (Frederick Bass/fstop/Corbis) For all the attention paid to the popularity of sleep medications, it’s surprising to find out that the No. 1 prescription drug in America is one that’s meant to help people out of bed.  With 23 million brand-name prescriptions filled between April 2013 and March 2014, the top pill

Samsung Electronics scales back LED lighting business

SEOUL (Reuters) – Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Monday that it will cease its light emitting diode (LED) lighting business outside of South Korea, scaling back what was identified as a key growth business four years ago. LED, rechargeable cells for hybrid electric cars, solar cells, medical devices and biopharmaceuticals were five areas singled out by the Samsung Group in 2010 as new growth drivers for the conglomerate. At






Watson upbeat on Open chances

Bubba Watson was brimming with enthusiasm on Tuesday as he looks to improve on his recent years of poor form at the Open when the 144th Championship gets underway at St Andrews on Thursday. The 36-year-old left-hander from Florida has enjoyed his greatest success on the other side of the Atlantic where he won the 2012 and 2014 Masters’ while also racking up 10 professional victories, including a morale-boosting win

2016 Kia Sorento 2.0T AWD Tested: Four Can Be More than Six

-It used to be rare that we’d test a four-cylinder vehicle that cost more than the same model equipped with a V-6, but that’s becoming more common—and it’s what we have here: a loaded Kia Sorento SXL for $45,095, fully 10 percent pricier than the V-6 AWD edition tested previously. This four, though, isn’t the base engine—it’s the 240-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter found in the EX and in this SXL (for

Zoom-Zoomstart: Mazda Introduces Mobile App With Remote Vehicle Features

– Mazda, which is perhaps the most-awarded car company (by yours truly, of course), is introducing a new mobile app–based suite of remote-control vehicle features dubbed Mazda Mobile Start. Similar to GM’s OnStar app, Mazda Mobile Start (MMS) allows users to remotely start their engine, lock or unlock the doors, fire up the car alarm, and find their car’s location all from a smartphone app.– – – For now, Mazda

IBM’s new computer chips will obliterate everything else on the market

What’s the fastest computer chip you can think of? Now, forget about it, because IBM announced it has created the fastest computer chips ever made. The firm’s new chips are four times faster than today’s top-of-the-line silicon, and they’re also significantly more efficient. DON’T MISS: How have you used Netflix this long without knowing these 10 tips and tricks? IBM is investing $3 billion in a private-public partnership with GlobalFoundries to make the new