California's octuplets mom, already jobless and receiving food stamps, has gone into hiding with her six older children because of death threats, her spokesman said. Nadya Suleman, 33, has come under mounting public ridicule for expanding her alr
With millions of U.S. viewers still apparently unprepared for the nation's switch to digital TV, nearly 500 full-power television stations across the nation are preparing to move ahead with the transition and drop traditional over-the-air broadca
When Nadya Suleman, 33, gave birth to octuplets on January 26th, she got revulsion, ridicule and death threats. A talk radio host who called her a freak said his listeners were prepared to boycott any company that helped out mother or babies.
Defense contractor KBR Inc. has been awarded a $35 million Pentagon contract involving major electrical work, even as it is under criminal investigation in the electrocution deaths of at least two U.S. soldiers in Iraq.
Did you know there was a "Los Angeles county ordinance that requires all dog owners to chip their dogs once they reach four months of age"!?!
Senate Bill (S. 2433) “The Global Poverty Act” is actually a Global Tax, payable to the United Nations, that will be required of all American taxpayers.
And Arizona is a "Conservative" State?
The card numbers, expiration dates, and in some cases cardholder names were exposed after attacks on its computer systems at the one point where data had been unencrypted. Exposed tens of millions of credit and debit cardholders to the risk of fraud
A Holland Township police sergeant present Friday when the Campbell children were removed from their home said New Jersey officials assured him it had nothing to do with the siblings' Nazi-inspired names.
The New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services and police officers have taken custody of 3-year old Adolf Hitler Campbell, a month after a local supermarket refused to write his name on his birthday cake. JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, 1, and
Six weeks before the nation’s television stations are scheduled to convert to digital transmission, an aide to President-elect Barack Obama is asking Congress to consider a delay.
Shyima was 10 when a wealthy Egyptian couple brought her from a poor village in northern Egypt to work in their California home. She awoke before dawn and often worked past midnight to iron their clothes, mop the marble floors and dust the family
At least 11 black people were shot by white gunmen in the days following Hurricane Katrina's destruction of New Orleans, and in the three years since those crimes, little has been done by law enforcement.
Tobacco companies that marketed “light” cigarettes may be sued for fraud, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday in a 5-to-4 decision that will bolster dozens of lawsuits claiming billions of dollars in damages.
Harvard Law School Professor Charles Nesson and his students will defend Rhode Island residents Arthur and Judie Tenenbaum from RIAA that is accusing their son Joel of sharing a total of 7 songs on Kazaa file sharing network. The damages Joel and his
A Montana judge has issued a ruling saying residents of the state have the right to doctor-assisted suicide. Mentally competent, terminally ill Montanans have a right to obtain medications that can be self-administered to bring about a peaceful death
An open Letter to Obama and the beginning of the Resistance Movement
Stossel starts by taking a look at taxes and learns Americans pay more in taxes than in food, clothing and shelter combined.His investigation finds some federal programs have trouble even keeping track of their funds, much less spending them wisely.
The California Democrat envisions a bill that would include new spending on highways and bridges, extended benefits to unemployed workers, aid to cash-strapped states and a tax cut, congressional aides said.
In 2000, when Bill Clinton left office, the national debt was $5.7 trillion. Today, after seven years of George W. Bush, it is $9.6 trillion. Bush has almost doubled our national debt in eight short years.
Leahy was instrumental in getting Congress to repeal the "Insurrection Act Rider" in the '06 defense appropriations bill. That gave the President sweeping power to use military troops in ways contrary to the Insurrection Act and Posse C
To combat people's hesitancy, the bureau will work with local governments and organizations such as churches and community groups to make sure people understand what the census is and that the data won't be shared.
While states Arizona and Alaska rejected Real IDs, making Sarah Palin a historic governor, John McCain fully supports Real ID. Considering Real ID's fierce opposition from states, this leaves the McCain/Palin ticket on different sides of the vot
One German community removes lights and signs in a daring experiment and sees accident rates decline. [yes, but revenues and control declined]
Kilpatrick was charged earlier this year with perjury and other offenses for denying he and his chief of staff had an affair. The scandal broke wide open in January with the release of a trove of lusty text messages between the two of them that appea
Contrary to Barack Obama’s statement in accepting the Democratic nomination for President of the United States, America’s promise is not for government to be compassionate enough to take care of its American citizens by providing health care, educati
Professor Reese Roth, is a plasma scientist who was hired to work on a U.S. Air Force research contract by privately held firm. The company pleaded guilty last month to illegally providing a Chinese national with data used in developing an unmanned a
Our government continually spends billions of billions of [our] dollars to help rebuild areas that are almost certain to get wiped out again. Let’s start with Florida. In 2004, the Sunshine State endured four direct hits from hurricanes, prompting C
[Give me a Fn break!] If patenting the obvious is considered something of an art form in the world of IT, then Microsoft is undoubtedly an old master. The Page Up Page Down patent it has been granted would seem to confirm this...
A federal appeals court today upheld the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, the government's most sweeping attempt to protect investors since Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal.