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Last week, it seems that a 'rogue' Internal Revenue Service (IRS) team was illegally investigating right-wing charitable organizations for tax fraud, and that only IRS officials know about this breach.
It seems, this week, that officials outside the agency were informed about it during the 2012 senate and presidential elections, and the illegal activity wasn't ordered to be stopped.
Plus, there is now the possibility that big organizations will play the politics card (It's like the so-called race card), and they will never be investigated again, by the IRS.
CBS Evening News - Evidence emerges that Obama administration official knew of IRS targeting during 2012 campaign
Fox News - IRS flagged SMall Tea-Party Groups, Ignored Big-Budget Groups
SARS-Like Virus and Avian Influenza A (H7N9) Virus
Last week, there was the possibility that these two viruses could be passed by human to human contact. Well, it seems, this week the SARS-like virus has sickened one health-worker in Saudi Arabia.
Some folks are looking into the possibility that H7N9 may cause a panademic.
Voice of America: News - WHO Issues Warning Over SARS-Like Virus
MSN: News - New case of SARS-like virus detected in Saudi Arabia
Avian Influenza A (H7N9) Virus
Eurosurveillance - Perspectives: Outbreak with a novel avian influenza A(H7N9) virus in China - scenarios and triggers for assessing risks and planning responses in the European Union, May 2013
Centers for Disase Control (CDC) - Avian Influenza A (H7N9) Virus
Last week, the largest recorded solar flare (for this year) was recorded. Luckily, the solar flares were pointed away from Earth.
It seems, this years is going to be the peak season for solar flares.
It seems the region of the Sun that had the solar flares, last week, will be rotating towards the Earth, this week.
French Tribune.com - Scientists Expect Sun to be at its Peak Solar Activity Now
CIO.com - Japan warns solar flares could harm GPS, satellites, power lines