Robert Gates, former Secretary of Defense under President George W. Bush, said that there is a surefire way for the United States to create a nuclear-armed Iran: Attack. Gates warned of the potentially catastrophic consequences an American or Israeli attack on Iran would pose for the Mideast.
Every year, Glenn and Melissa Cruson of Colleyville, Texas, put on an elaborate Halloween display. But this year’s spectacle has some people upset. Despite criticism, the Crusons have no intention of taking down their display.
A Philadelphia high school student was told to leave class when she arrived wearing a Romney T-shirt. The geometry teacher at Charles Carroll High School told 16-year-old Samantha Pawlucy that wearing a Romney shirt is like “wearing a KKK shirt.”
Students across the Nation have resisted new school lunch policies largely influenced by first lady Michelle Obama. A school system in Florida thinks they may have a solution to the problem: surveillance cameras.
A new study shows that studies can’t be trusted. Researchers found that nearly 70 percent of research articles have been retracted because of fraud. Fraudulent studies have increased nearly tenfold since the 1970s.
Alabama-based astrophysicist and statistician Wes Colley says that the Presidential race is already over and that President Barack Obama is well on his way to re-election. “I think the operative word is disaster if you’re a Republican,” Colley said on Monday.
A Michigan State University study shows that U.S. firms, facing a number of issues associated with manufacturing products in emerging countries amid rising global instability, are increasingly considering moving their manufacturing operations back to the United States.
North Korean Deputy Foreign Minister Pak Kil-yon told the 193-member U.N. General Assembly this week that the United States’ actions toward his country are increasing the likelihood of nuclear war.
Philadelphia police are investigating one of their own after a video surfaced of an officer punching a woman in the face during a parade. The video went viral after being posted on YouTube.
A high school marching band in Pennsylvania gave a nod to Russian communism. The New Oxford High School Marching Band put on a halftime show that shocked the crowd at a football game on Sept. 14.