Archive for April, 2011
Fmr. Graham County Arizona Sheriff Richard Mack on how federal agents allowed Mexican drug cartels to purchase AK-47 assault rifles that were later used to kill members of U.S. border patrol.
An archaeological research team in Northumberland has unearthed a medieval hall underneath Bamburgh Castle.
Wild parakeets living in Britain are to be culled before they can breed and become a nuisance, the government has confirmed.
A swine flu vaccine which has been given to thousands of children in Britain may cause the sleep disorder narcolepsy.
Federal agents also allege that Transportation Safety Administration Officer Thomas Gordon Jr. of Philadelphia, who routinely searched airline passengers, uploaded explicit pictures of young girls to an Internet site on which he also posted a photograph of himself in his TSA uniform
A Mississippi state judge has issued an order to public school attendance officers in his judicial district to provide the names of all homeschoolers there.
Children exposed in the womb to substantial levels of neurotoxic pesticides have somewhat lower IQs by the time they enter school than do kids with virtually no exposure.
Teachers fear traditional playground games like British bulldog and conkers are disappearing from many of England’s schools, a survey suggests.
Great tits have been filmed eating nesting bumblebees for the first time.
Archaeologists have found evidence of a massacre linked to Iron Age warfare at a hill fort in Derbyshire.
Politicians in the US Congress have for the first time removed a previously threatened animal from the nation’s endangered species list
This year’s Midlands Viking Symposium will be taking place outside the United Kingdom for the first time in its history as scholars focus on the role of the Norse in Ireland.
According to CNN, the government considers “arrogant complaining” about TSA Gestapo tactics at the nation’s airports to be an indication of terrorist behavior.