Diana Lynne is a former news editor for WND and author of the definitive book on the Terri Schiavo saga, published by WND Books, titled "Terri’s Story: The Court-Ordered Death of an American Woman." Lynne tells a powerful, insightful and ultimately heartbreaking story. This eye-opening book provides the background and depth missing in most of the national news coverage of the pitched battle over the life of Terri Schiavo. Spearheaded by Lynne, WND's reporting on this battle dates back to 2002, far longer than most national media outlets, and totals more than 500 articles.
by Diana Lynne -- The parents and siblings of Terri Schiavo have mounted a television campaign
to appeal to a national audience and counter similar efforts by her husband.
WorldNetDaily has reported more…
by Diana Lynne -- The Catholic Medical Association has added its voice to growing support for
legislation requiring abortion doctors to inform prospective patients about the
increased risk of breast cancer associated more…
by Diana Lynne --
Advance press of former POW Jessica Lynch's biography includes the shocking revelation the 19-year-old Army supply clerk was raped and sodomized by her Iraqi captors.
by Diana Lynne -- "Wine lovers take note: Global warming is already tinkering with your favorite
That's the headline of a press release touting a presentation made at the
Geological Society more…
by Diana Lynne -- The Supreme Court won't be deciding the outcome of the pitched battle over
suspended Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's Ten Commandments monument.
Monument of Ten Commandments
Justices refused more…