School shooter studied Hamas, says friend

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A former Northern Illinois University newspaper reporter says the killer who gunned down five innocent students in an apparently unprovoked attack liked to study Arabic and the terror more…

NFL to churches: Party away!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- An advocacy law firm has announced the National Football League has changed its rules to allow churches to stage Super Bowl events and parties without fear of violating more…

Kupelian appearing at Restore America conference

by -NO AUTHOR- -- David Kupelian David Kupelian, the managing editor for WorldNetDaily.com, is joining an all-star list of speakers at this weekend's Restore America Conference at Rolling Hills Community Church in more…

N.Y. Times report on McCain 'incredible leap'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A spokesman for President Bush criticized the New York Times' story implying inappropriate behavior on the part of presumptive GOP presidential nominee Sen. John McCain, calling the reporting more…

Bus crash suspect
identified as illegal

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Van driver who identified herself as Alainiss Morales A 23-year-old woman who drove a van into a school bus, killing four Minnesota children, is an illegal alien who more…

Hollywood idol Chavez is master of blacklist

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Hugo Chavez Rocio San Miguel had worked as a Venezuelan government attorney for 13 years when, in December 2003, she signed a petition to recall President Hugo Chavez. more…

City relents, will allow protests during DNC

by -NO AUTHOR- -- City officials in Denver say they will allow protest groups to use their constitutional free speech rights during the Democratic National Convention in August, even though they previously more…

Murtha wrong, video at Haditha hearing shows

by -NO AUTHOR- -- U.S. Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., who publicly accused the Marines of killing Iraqi civilians in "cold blood," was wrong, according to video presented as evidence at a hearing more…

Announcing: 2009's high-seas geostrategic summit

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Immediately after January's first WND Caribbean cruise adventure, deemed a "splashing success," dozens of participants told WND they were ready to sign up for an encore in 2009. more…