It is a reasonable instinctual expectation, on the part of an infant, to be met with gentleness, love, and maternal bonding during the beginning of life outside the womb. The mere absence of such a response has a profoundly detrimental effect on the
An East Texan man is in hospital – and no doubt, in shock – after he attempted to gun down an armadillo, and ended up with at least one bullet in his jaw instead.
This exercise illustrates the tragedy of the commons, and is very similar to other exercises (such as the "prisoner's dilemma"). In cases like these, there's a public resource that people can freely use to benefit themselves.
Are Washington's relentless bombings and military immersions in sectarian battles within Arab and neighboring regions accelerating the spread of terrorist attacks? Yes.
Found in the most unlikely of places, plastic microbeads are cropping up in a wide-range of personal products -- from toothpaste to facial cleaners and body wash, as well as over the counter drugs.
Jesse Ventura Off The Grid: Game Of Drones
Authorities say a woman was accidentally shot by her son-in-law while he was trying to shoot an armadillo.
Shock video shows a car exploding into flames after a Border Patrol agent shoots a taser into the vehicle, killing the driver as agents back away and refuse to help.
Another quarter of leaks of ubiquitous US espionage in every corner of the world, and sure enough we get another quarter of China just saying no to spending any more money on companies...
A 3-year-old boy found a handgun in his mother's purse and fired just one shot that wounded both his parents at an Albuquerque motel on Saturday, police said.
Ordnance left by parting international troops kills or injures about 40 people a month – the vast majority children
A retired U.S. Marine who fought in Afghanistan returned home to Florida on Saturday after spending eight months in a Mexican jail for crossing the border with loaded guns, a case that led U.S. politicians to bring intense pressure on Mexico to relea
Nebraska gets a lesson that other states have already learned.
While many of us rely on grass-fed beef as a source of healthful, properly raised meat, that option of healthy eating may just move down a peg?
"The RCA's statement, like that of the OU, is rife with platitudes, ignores basic facts, and fails to recognize Judaism's strong support for the value and practice of armed self-defense," the joint statement reads.
It was almost poetic justice – a rocket which Hamas fired at Israel Sunday night knocked out a high-voltage line that supplies electricity to some 70,000 Gazans.
Maya Peterson, the first black female student body president at the prestigious Lawrenceville School near Princeton, N.J., was stripped of her position after posting an Instagram mocking her rich, white, male classmates.
The number of Americans now on the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program topped 11 million in May, a record high and an increase of 18% since January 2009, according to new data from the Social Security Administration, furthering a tren
Imagine realizing that you'd bought a lottery ticket worth $1 million—and that you'd thrown it away.
Spike Lee has been sued by an elderly couple in Florida, whose address he incorrectly identified as the home of Trayvon Martin killer George Zimmerman, according to court documents obtained by the Smoking Gun.
A string of shooting incidents involving Chinese police - leaving at least four people dead - has the public wondering if its rank-and-file police force is really ready to carry guns, as mandated by new regulations.
She claims she's a real-life victim of Showtime's serial-killer drama "Dexter."
Chill is just beginning for US cloud companies as governments seek local help.
Silvestre Varela's final goal against the U.S. in Sunday evening's World Cup match was a heartbreaker.
After the attack on Iraq a frequently heard comment from those with no interest in foreign affairs or much, from activists, journalists and political observers of all hues, was: “Soon no American or British citizen will be safe anywhere on earth, for
The unintended consequences of the Fed's unprecedented interventions will rip the heart and lungs out of the housing market
A woman used a filet knife to kill two pit bulls that got out of a yard while she was walking her dogs in a Southern California desert city.
For a biologist, few things are more exhilarating than discovering an animal in the wild that was thought to be extinct.
Russia’s parliament granted President Vladimir Putin permission to use the country’s military in Ukraine and also recommended Saturday that Moscow’s ambassador be recalled from Washington over comments made by President Barack Obama.