Big Sis yanks nude scanners from big airports

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CNBC) — The Transportation Security Administration is removing full-body, X-ray scanners from major U.S. airports, and shipping them to less busy locations. TSA introduced the so-called Backscatter scanners, more…

Social worker bans religious conversation

by Dave Tombers -- A social worker has taken the idea of "qualifying" for federal benefits to a new level by telling a resident of a HUD-subsidized building that she no longer more…

Surfer killed by shark off California

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (DAILYJOURNAL) — A California surfer was killed Tuesday by a shark off a beach at coastal Vandenberg Air Force Base, authorities said. The attack was reported by another more…

Court: Indiana can't defund Planned Parenthood

by -NO AUTHOR- -- INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana can’t cut off funding for Planned Parenthood just because the organization provides abortions, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of more…

Good night's sleep can 'beat obesity'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (TELEGRAPH) — A good night's sleep can help beat obesity, scientists have revealed, as research suggests being overtired can make you fat. Lack of sleep has been found more…

Men more likely to die after losing wife

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (TELEGRAPH) — Grieving husbands are more likely to die shortly after losing their wife, while widowed women carry on as normal, new research has found. Men were found more…

'Al baby' Gore threatened with arrest

by Bob Unruh -- Lord Christopher Monckton, a WND columnist who describes himself as the "high priest of climate skepticism," says there will be an investigation, and a conviction, if "Al baby" more…

Bob Schieffer: GOP obsessed with birth control

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LIFENEWS.COM) CBS newsman Bob Schieffer will host the third debate tonight between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. The first two debates prompted outrage from pro-life conservatives over more…

Do vitamins reduce cancer risk?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (SHREVEPORTTIMES) — America's favorite dietary supplements, multivitamins, modestly lowered the risk for cancer in healthy male doctors who took them for more than a decade, the first large more…