HOUSTON (UPI) — Men using testosterone replacement therapy experienced significant weight loss, researchers in Germany found. Lead author of Bayer Pharma in Berlin said previous research showed testosterone-deficient men consistently […]
HOUSTON (UPI) — A drop in testosterone levels in men as they age is more likely to result from smoking, obesity and depression — not aging, researchers in Australia say. […]
PROVO, Utah (UPI) — Human capital — intelligence, advice, work ethic — may be why high-income fathers have richer sons, U.S. researchers say. Study author David Sims, an economics professor […]
SHEFFIELD, England (UPI) — Stonehenge was the center of ancient Britain and the monument was meant to symbolize the unification of eastern and western communities, researchers say. Speculation as to […]
LONDON (UPI) — Stanford University researchers say they are working on a device that would allow them to “pretty much hack” into the brain of British genius Stephen Hawking. Professor […]
GALAPAGOS ISLANDS, Ecuador (UPI) — A tortoise dubbed Lonesome George, the sole survivor of his species and a Galapagos Islands conservation icon, has died, officials say. The animal was found […]
LAMPUNG, Indonesia (UPI) — A rare Sumatran rhino has given birth at an Indonesian sanctuary, encouraging researchers concerned for the species’ survival, officials said. A baby male rhino was born […]
EVANSTON, Ill. (UPI) — A musical tune someone has been practicing can become better fixed in their memory if it is played to them while they sleep, U.S. researchers say. […]
STIRLING, Scotland, (UPI) — Participants in a march to commemorate the Battle of Bannockburn, the great Scottish victory of 1314, have been told to leave swords and axes at home. […]
MEMPHIS, (UPI) — Plans to sell the Memphis crypt where Elvis Presley was once buried have been scuttled after complaining fans said it should be made into a shrine. The […]
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, (UPI) — A Swedish woman says she had to fly overnight from Europe to Tanzania next to a man who died after the plane had departed. Lena Pettersson, […]
PETALUMA, Calif., (UPI) — A Chinese Crested dog from Britain defeated an international group of competitors to win the title of World’s Ugliest Dog. Mugly won the grand prize Friday […]
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., (UPI) — Florida authorities said they arrested a Dunkin’ Donuts employee who allegedly dropped marijuana in with a bank deposit. St. Augustine, Fla., police said Kimberley Kelley, […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — U.S. voters said they think President Obama over-reached in citing executive privilege and Congress acts in an obstructionist manner, a new poll indicates. A clear majority of […]
NEW YORK, (UPI) — New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says President Obama is doing a good job as president. Bloomberg, a Republican, downplayed political differences with Obama, a Democrat, after […]
STATE COLLEGE, Pa., (UPI) — Penn State University could be facing at least six civil suits now that former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has been convicted of child sex […]
MIAMI, (UPI) — The United States is planning to increase its aerial drone surveillance in the drug-smuggling sea lanes of the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, officials said. The Department […]
CHICAGO, (UPI) — A Barack Obama presidential library at the University of Chicago would inevitably become a liberal think tank, a professor there says. The university, where Obama taught at […]
The Supreme Court has rejected three out of four parts of the Arizona immigration law. The only part not struck down is the section that allows law enforcement to perform immigration checks if the officer has “reasonable suspicion” that a person is in the country illegally.
I just took your poll on who would make the best Vice Presidential pick and I would like to know why Jon Huntsman and Alan Keyes are not listed.
What would we do if the power went out for a week or two? We would not be able to get gas because the pumps run on electricity. The grocery stores would not be able to sell products because the computers wouldn’t work. We would all be greatly inconvenienced.
Summer days used to consist of popsicles, hopscotch and drawing on the sidewalk. But if a homeowner’s association (HOA) in Denver gets its way, sidewalk art will be a thing of the past. The HOA known as Innovations and Courtyard Traditions at Stapleton has temporarily banned any drawing that might hinder the enjoyment of shared spaces.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke continued the Fed’s war on and destruction of American savers and retirees last week with a continuation of Operation Twist. He will keep shuffling the same money piles back and forth to continue the charade that it is doing something constructive for the American people. But the truth is much different.