Lynch family under gag order?

by Diana Lynne -- In his attempt to side-step the political minefield of questions surrounding the POW experience and subsequent Special Ops rescue of his daughter, Jessica, Greg Lynch may have fueled more…

Gephardt's lesbian daughter joins campaign

by Diana Lynne -- The 2004 election mantra for politicos may well be "It's homosexuality, stupid," as Democratic candidates openly court the "gay" vote, and Republicans make quiet incursions into the traditionally more…

Spin behind Jessica Lynch story?

by Diana Lynne -- Hollywood writers could not have imagined a more gripping and rousing story as that of the Iraqi capture of Army Pfc. Jessica Lynch and the dramatic Special Ops more…

Religion taboo topic
on public bus

by Diana Lynne -- If you're planning to ride public transportation in Broken Arrow, Okla., you better bring a book, because striking up a conversation with someone might land you curbside. The more…

Another crackdown
on homeschoolers?

by Diana Lynne -- Proposed legislation that would have equated truancy with child abuse in California raised suspicions among homeschool advocates it represented a fresh attack on home-based education. The legislation, titled more…

Protests grab spotlight at Augusta

by Diana Lynne -- While Tiger Woods takes a swing at earning another green jacket at the Masters this weekend, hundreds of protesters have converged on the premier golf event at Augusta more…

'Salute Our Military!' takes hits

by Diana Lynne -- As the scenes of euphoria in the streets of Baghdad play out on televisions around the world, many viewers have turned to the Internet to express their reaction. more…

E-mails from the front lines

by Diana Lynne -- As coalition forces move in on Baghdad, anxiety mounts for one California newlywed as she waits for word on the status of her Marine husband. "I'm very proud. more…

State senate bars
Christian prayer

by Diana Lynne -- A Maryland minister was barred from giving the opening prayer in the state Senate after he refused to drop a reference to Jesus. The Rev. David N. Hughes more…