The President and his green-energy acolytes are likely happy about Superstorm Sandy as he moves into his second term because of the refocusing of attention on climate change that follows unusual weather patterns.
Internet censorship via a United Nations initiative could be a very real possibility for citizens in the United States, depending on the outcome of talks scheduled to take place next month at a conference in Dubai.
Boys will be boys, and cops will be cops. A 3-year-old in Piedmont, Okla., earned his mom a $2,500 fine for unzipping his pants and attempting to urinate in his own front yard.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “ready to press the button” on Iran to stop its nuclear program if current sanctions to not end it soon.
An Atlanta-area businessman says he will create 100 new jobs if Mitt Romney wins today’s Presidential election. Frank Duffy of Duffy Realty says he is prepared to invest in 100 new real estate agents if Romney becomes the next President of the United States.
Being prepared for disaster is a way of life for many American preppers, but there are also many people throughout the Nation completely unprepared for the unthinkable.
Whether you’re a prepper or an outdoor enthusiast who likes to get away from the modern world for days at a time, you know that there are still a pesky few electronic devices that you would like to keep charged even when a power source is miles away.
Tomorrow’s election is an election about the economy, and it isn’t the first Presidential election in which economics have played a key role. A new study from researchers at Georgia Tech seeks to grade past Presidents on an economic performance report card.
As New York City and much of the United States’ eastern seaboard continues to pick up the pieces left behind by Superstorm Sandy, interesting theories (not related to debatable climate change) continue to crop up about the storm’s origins.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is using Hurricane Sandy to attempt to make the case for more government controls over the Internet. She compared the power outages in the Northeast to what might happen if terrorists launched a cyberattack on power grids.