The traditional medical establishment fears the mainstreaming of alternative medical practices so much that a group of doctors and scientists in Australia are asking the country’s university policy makers not to allow courses in alternative medicine to be offered.
Iran’s ambassador to Moscow, Reza Sajjadi, promises swift and hefty military retaliation to any U.S. military adventurism against his country. The ambassador said on Wednesday that any U.S. aggression will be met with Iranian military strikes on U.S. targets throughout the world, to which Sajjadi claims the Iranians have “full access.”
According to conservative think tank The Heritage Foundation, Federal spending on Americans who are dependent on the government accounts for more than 70 percent of the Federal budget.
When you use your computer in a crowded café do you tend to shield the screen from the view of other patrons? Do you sometimes use programs that protect your machine from being hacked in public places? Have you ever traveled to a coffeehouse or café that wasn’t the closest to your area of residence to avoid being distracted by people you know as you work? When you purchase your $2 to $5 dollar coffee or specialty beverage do you opt for cash instead of credit or debit?
The Partnership for Public Service, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit, polled more than 35,000 students about their career aspirations. Most students said they were more interested in graduate school, non-profit work and employment in the private sector than government work.
A Federal appeals panel in San Francisco ruled Tuesday that Proposition 8, California’s voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, violates the Constitutional right to equal protection. The law was approved by 52 percent of the State’s voters in 2008 and amended the State’s Constitution to limit marriage to a man and a woman.
Due to a recent surge in violence in Syria, the Administration of Barack Obama decided on Monday to remove U.S. diplomats from the country. The State Department had requested that Syrian President Bashar Assad provide additional security at the American embassy, but the requests were not granted.
A Moroccan-born Canadian businessman is suing the Quebec provincial police force for $100,000 after being deemed a terror suspect for texting his sales staff. Last month, Saad Allami was arrested and detained after sending a text to his sales staff saying that he intended to “blow away” the competition.
A new television show that airs tonight on the National Geographic Channel will examine the lifestyles of American preppers who are getting ready for a number of catastrophic disasters. “Doomsday Preppers” premiers tonight at 9 p.m. EST
On Monday, the highest court in the State of Georgia struck down a law that restricted assisted suicides, siding with a suicide group that said the law was a violation of free speech rights.