This day in WND history: Death threats, advertisers targeted

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [caption id="attachment_3207744" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Twin Towers on Sept. 11, 2001[/caption] WND gets death threats, advertisers targeted Oct. 18, 2001: In response to its reporting on Islamic terrorism, WND became the more…

Have some fun. Spam a spammer today

by Patty Ann Malley -- Spamming can be fun! Contrary to popular opinion, spam – those unwanted emails that pop up in your inbox advertising everything from XXX-bunion cream, magic blue pills, to more…

The ugly history behind 5th Amendment

by Bill Federer -- [caption id="attachment_2540315" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Star Chamber[/caption] Britain's William Laud had spies listen to pastors' sermon to see if they said anything against the king's ordinances. If they did, more…

Washing machine has free trade on spin cycle

by Roger Simmermaker -- If there were ever a trade-policy case that questions the long-held beliefs of free traders, the multi-year large appliance battle between American-owned Whirlpool and South Korean-owned LG (formerly more…

Give the gift that sustains life

by -NO AUTHOR- -- There's nothing more satisfying than giving someone you love the perfect gift. Whether it's a Christmas gift, a birthday gift, an anniversary gift or just an I'm-thinking-of-you gift, more…

Jets-for-jihadis newest wrinkle in Iran-deal probe

by Bob Unruh -- When President Trump announced last week he would not recertify Barack Obama's expensive deal with Iran to stop its nuclear-weapons program, he cited a number of "serious flaws." He said more…

Mega-wildfires caused by bad government management?

by Art Moore -- Have major changes in forest-management practices over the past century had anything to do with the historic, devastating wildfires in Northern California? Many successful methods of mitigating wildfires more…

Track this! Olympians now face implanted chips

by Bob Unruh -- [caption id="attachment_4145601" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Microchips are already being implanted in employees in Belgium and Sweden.[/caption] The head of an association of Olympic athletes wants to require anyone who participates in the more…