The CEO of iconic American gun maker Colt’s Manufacturing Company, LLC, Dennis Veilleux, threatened to initiate the process of moving the company headquarters from Hartford, Conn., as lawmakers in that State mull tough gun laws that could even include an AR-15 ban.
I’m reading with alarm about the EU’s actions in Cyprus. Can you foresee a time when the government tries to take our savings or close the banks?
Our nation has seen a rise in the number of people that are being diagnosed with diseases directly related to the consumption of breads, cereals and other items containing certain grains. If you suspect that you have an intolerance to wheat, barley or rye, do not store these grains.
Maybe something will give soon. More and more members of Congress are beginning to dial up the heat on the Department of Homeland Security to divulge its justification for taking steps to amass an alleged 20 years’ worth of ammunition.
If the Feds can use drones to watch what’s going on, so can everybody else. That’s essentially the thinking that lies behind a recent surge in new coursework at a handful of journalism schools, where future reporters are learning how to use observation drones to get close to events in a way an individual often can’t.
A peer survey of practicing doctors reveals a growing apprehension among the medical profession of the coming implementation of President Barack Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare). […]
The Transportation Security Administration recently reversed a policy barring small knives on airplanes, but some members of Congress evidently believe the move makes U.S. airspace unsafe. Senators Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) […]
Representative Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y.) toed the company line in admirable fashion in an interview on MSNBC this week, spicing up his gun control rhetoric with a helping of hyperbole so […]
Today, the Senate rejected an effort by Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) to repeal Obamacare; but it is probably far from the last attempt by Republicans to dismantle President Barack Obama’s […]
CHICAGO (UPI) — Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration announced the closing of 61 schools to help avoid a projected $1 billion budget shortfall next year. City officials said the school […]
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (UPI) — Police in Huntington Beach, Calif., shot and killed a man who was brandishing what turned out to be a fake gun, officials said. Huntington Beach […]
QUANTICO, Va. (UPI) — A U.S. Marine staff member at the Officers Candidate School at Quantico in Virginia killed two colleagues before taking his own life, officials said Friday. One […]
JERUSALEM (UPI) — Sandstorms moving from Egypt to Israel polluted the air Friday, reduced visibility for drivers and forced U.S. President Barack Obama to change his schedule. Obama, who had […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — Washington lawmakers are expressing bipartisan frustration over the failure of Homeland Security officials to develop standards of assessing border security. Members of a House committee say the […]
GENEVA, Switzerland (UPI) — A Princeton University physicist’s work on string theory has won a $3 million prize set up to award work in fundamental physics, organizers in Switzerland said. […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — The first audio message transmitted from outer space will be preserved as part of the National Recording Registry, the U.S. Library of Congress said Thursday. Relayed from […]
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) — Nearly 75 percent of commercial pre-packaged meals and savory snacks for toddlers are high in sodium, U.S. researchers say. Lead author Joyce Maalouf of the National […]
BASEL, Switzerland (UPI) — Fourteen percent of chronic childhood asthma is due to exposure to traffic pollution near busy roads, researchers in Europe say. Lead author Dr. Laura Perez of […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — Insurers are telling brokers some healthcare premiums will rise in 2014 even though U.S. officials project lower rates overall under the Affordable Care Act. The Department of […]
HAMILTON, Ohio (UPI) — An Ohio prosecutor has filed a tongue-in-cheek “indictment” against Punxsutawney Phil, accusing the groundhog of incorrectly predicting the weather. Michael Gmoser of the Butler County, Ohio, […]
EDMONTON, Alberta (UPI) — A man selling his Alberta bungalow is asking for about $400,000 — or 5,613 digital Bitcoins — with a preference for the Bitcoins. Taylor More, 22, […]