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Archive for May, 2013

Missing Horse Found With Help Of Telepathic Communicator

REDMOND, Wash., (UPI) —  A Washington state woman said rescuers got help from a telepathic animal communicator when they found her horse trapped in a ravine. Barbara Linstedt said Gemma, her 4-year-old Norwegian fjord, escaped Monday from her stall at the Saddle Rock Stables in Redmond and caretakers spent hours searching for the 800-pound horse […]

FBI Intercepts Possible Ricin-Laced Letter Sent To President Obama

WASHINGTON, (UPI) —  The Secret Service said a possible ricin-tainted letter sent to President Obama Thursday seemed similar to a letter sent to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. A spokeswoman with the FBI’s Washington Field Office said the Secret Service intercepted a “suspicious letter” and the FBI was testing it for the highly toxic material, […]

Here’s Why Cruz Doesn’t Trust The Republicans

Last week, Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) told the Congressional establishment he didn’t trust them, whether Democrat or Republican, with the task of crafting a budget that will force government to spend within its means. His “Let me be clear: I don’t trust the Republicans” retort to Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) has resonated with true fiscal […]

Marines Tortured, Killed Couple For Pleasure, Prosecutor Says

RIVERSIDE, Calif.,  (UPI) —  Three former U.S. Marines tortured and killed a fellow Marine and his wife for pleasure, a California prosecutor told jurors in closing arguments. Prosecutor Daniel DeLimon said the defendants were “Marines by day, criminals by night,” The Press-Enterprise newspaper in Riverside, Calif., reported. Tyrone Miller, 25; Emrys John, 23; and Kevin […]

Genetically Engineered Wheat Found In Oregon Field

EUGENE, Ore., (UPI) —  The discovery of what appears to be genetically engineered wheat on a farm in eastern Oregon could threaten the state’s exports, officials say. A farmer in eastern Oregon made the find when he sprayed a field with the weed-killer glyphosate to prepare it for spring planting, The (Portland) Oregonian reported Wednesday. […]

Obama’s Brother To Sell Hand-Written Letters From President

WASHINGTON, (UPI) —  U.S. President Barack Obama’s brother is selling two letters the president wrote to relatives in Kenya for $15,000 each, officials said. The handwritten letters will be available through U.S. collector Gary Zimet’s Momentsintime.com, the New York Post reported Thursday. Zimet said he reached out to Obama’s half-brother, Malik Abongo “Roy” Obama, who […]

U.S. Soldier To Plead Guilty In Afghan Massacre

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash., (UPI) —  The U.S. Army soldier charged with killing 16 Afghan villagers in a grisly predawn attack plans to plead guilty to avoid the death penalty, his lawyer said. Staff Sgt. Robert Bales plans to enter guilty pleas before a military judge next week, criminal defense attorney John Henry Browne told […]

People Can Be Trained To Be More Compassionate

MADISON, Wis. (UPI) — Adults can be trained to be more compassionate, or be more caring for people who are suffering even those they have conflict with, U.S. researchers say. Lead author Helen Weng, a graduate student in clinical psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and researchers at the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at […]

Minneapolis-St. Paul Ranks On Top As Fittest U.S. Metro Area

INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — The American College of Sports Medicine has ranked Minneapolis-St. Paul the healthiest, fittest U.S. metropolitan area for the third year in a row. The American Fitness Index — established six years ago with support from the WellPoint Foundation — evaluates the infrastructure, community assets and policies that encourage healthy and fit lifestyles […]

Summer Heat Bakes Pollution, Raises Respiratory Health Risk

DALLAS (UPI) — High levels of air pollution can increase asthma, respiratory infections, lung cancer and even death, and heat makes it worse, a U.S. researcher says. Dr. Jonathan Weissler, director of the James M. Collins Center for Biomedical Research at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, said the combination of sunlight […]

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