Armored-backpack sales surge in wake of shooting

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Associated Press) The reaction to the Connecticut school shooting can be seen in gun stores and self-defense retailers across the nation: Anxious parents are fueling sales of armored more…

School named after 'revolutionary' murderer

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (The Blaze) In what critics are sure to call yet another example of indoctrination in the public school system, California officials not only ?named? an elementary school after more…

Morehouse to offer 1st black LGBT history course

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (MaroonTiger) Some would say Morehouse College consists of a homogeneous demographic though it regularly boasts of having an aura of diversity that is often ignored from the outside more…

NRA breaks silence about Connecticut shooting

by Joe Kovacs -- After days of silence since last week's massacre at a Connecticut elementary school, the National Rifle Association is finally beginning to speak out, saying it's "heartbroken" by the more…

Report: Adam Lanza 'a devil worshipper'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LONDON DAILY MAIL) The Sandy Hook gunman worshiped the devil and had an online page dedicated to Satan, a former classmate revealed, as his childhood barber recalls Adam more…

Hero teacher Victoria Soto laid to rest

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NBC NEWS) Four of Newtown’s children have been buried – and now one of its heroic teachers is being laid to rest. Victoria Soto, whose family said she more…

Psych meds linked to 90% of school shootings

by Jerome R. Corsi -- NEW YORK – From the moment news emerged Friday that a young man had carried out a horrific massacre of elementary-school children, politicians from local city halls to more…

Health hazards linked to utility meters

by Steve Elwart -- Editor's Note: This is the final article in a series about smart meters and the technology that critics fear could allow utilities and government to monitor how and more…

WorldNetWeekly changing its name Jan. 1

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON – In January 2012, WorldNetDaily changed its name of nearly 15 years to WND. In January of 2013, WorldNetWeekly is following suit. The gorgeously repackaged week-in-review electronic more…