Archive for February, 2011
We’re ready to face £1,000 fine, declare anti-war protesters in row over role of US arms firm Lockheed Martin in data gathering
Four men slashed teacher’s face and left him with fractured skull ‘for teaching other religions to Muslim girls’
Four men launched a horrific attack on a teacher in which they slashed his face and left him with a fractured skull because they did not approve of him teaching religion to Muslim girls.
Cops terrorize 11-year-old boy in Arvada, Colorado, after he drew stick figures in school at therapist’s instruction.
PHOENIX — An Arizona Senate committee late Tuesday narrowly approved a sweeping bill that would target illegal immigrants in public housing, public benefits and the workplace.
The committee earlier Tuesday also approved a bill that would deny automatic citizenship to …
Archaeologists and Thyrsos – Hellenes Ethnikoi hope to persuade ISAP (railway) to stop renovation work that may compromise the recently unearthed ancient monument: Altar of the Twelve Gods.
If you are a resident of Washington state, you should know that there is a bill quietly sailing through your state legislature that violates your privacy and threatens your right to make informed, voluntary decisions about vaccination.
In Austria, calling Muhammad a ‘paedophile’ constitutes illegal denigration of “religious teachings”. This is what Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was found guilty of in an Austrian court.
An undercover TSA agent was able to get through security at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport with a handgun during testing of the enhanced-imaging body scanners, according to a high-ranking, inside source at the Transportation Security Administration.
Vaccine makers are protected from lawsuits, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, dashing the hopes of a US couple who had sought monetary damages after their daughter fell ill after a round of routine childhood inoculations.
Cornish pasties have been given protected status by the European Commission. So how do you define this savoury foodstuff?
Scientists in Utah say they’ve discovered a new species of dinosaur which may have used it’s powerful and huge legs to kick predators.
Moderate amounts of alcohol can protect the heart more than not drinking at all, conclude researchers behind two new studies.