Bill would stop abortion infanticide in D.C.

by Garth Kant -- President Obama may be ignoring the "House of Horrors" murder trial of late-term abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, but now Congress is set to address the issue of infanticide more…

Public blasts TSA's body scanners

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON – Following a court mandate that the Transportation Security Administration review public opinion about its invasive airport body scanners, more than 2,000 comments have been posted. And more…

Women's group: Investigate sex tourism

by Bob Unruh -- One of the largest women's groups in the nation, Concerned Women for America, is urging the U.S. State Department to downground the Netherlands' ranking among free countries for more…

Feds caught promoting welfare to foreigners

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The U.S. government has been caught promoting the delivery of taxpayer-funded welfare benefits to foreigners, and Judicial Watch's conclusion is that the Obama administration "cannot be trusted to more…

Obama: Abortion foes want return to 1950s

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama vowed Friday to fight with Planned Parenthood against what he said were efforts across the country to turn women's health back to more…

Hyundai ad plays suicide for laughs

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CNNMONEY.COM) Korean automaker, Hyundai, has apologized for an advertisement that featured a man attempting to commit suicide with exhaust fumes from one of its SUVs. The ill-conceived punch-line more…

Millions can't afford to go to doctor

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CNNMONEY.COM) A growing number of Americans are skipping needed medical care because they can't afford it. Some 80 million people, around 43% of America's working-age adults, didn't go more…

Chuck Norris warns of lethal spice

by Chuck Norris -- Mary Poppins once sang, "Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down." But a spoonful of cinnamon can cause lesions, scarring and lung damage, according to more…

Heavy use of Roundup linked to health dangers

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Reuters) Heavy use of the world's most popular herbicide, Roundup, could be linked to a range of health problems and diseases, including Parkinson's, infertility and cancers, according to more…