School: Imaginary arrow not dangerous after all

by Bob Unruh -- A school in Pennsylvania has figured out that an imaginary arrow poses little danger to students and has rescinded a suspension imposed against a 10-year-old student, according to more…

Judge: Doctors allowed to help you die

by Greg Corombos -- A New Mexico judge says residents have the right to "aid in dying" through lethal prescriptions from doctors, despite a long-standing state law banning assisted suicide, but critics more…

Shades of KGB spotted at Olympics

by F. Michael Maloof -- WASHINGTON – Informed sources say there is growing concern that even with a security force of 100,000 that is four times that of the 2012 Olympics in London more…

Execution in Ohio uses new drug combination

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CNN) Ohio inmate Dennis McGuire appeared to gasp and convulse for roughly 10 minutes before he finally died Thursday during his execution by lethal injection using a new more…

U.S. nuclear officers caught in cheating ring

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Al-Jazeera) The United States nuclear missile force has been hit by scandal after 34 officers responsible for launching nuclear missiles were removed from duty for their alleged involvement more…

Climate-change disbelief rises in America

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Live Science) The number of Americans who believe global warming isn't happening has risen to 23 percent, up 7 percentage points since April 2013. The latest survey, taken more…

NSA collects 200 million text messages daily

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (London Guardian) The National Security Agency has collected almost 200 million text messages a day from across the globe, using them to extract data including location, contact networks more…