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Astronauts Make Rare Christmas Eve Spacewalk
Two space station astronauts popped in a new pump during a rare Christmas Eve spacewalk Tuesday, eager to ...
December 25, 2013
Fire Danger Douses Colorado Fireworks
As firefighters show promise in containing the Waldo Canyon Fire–the most destructive wildfire in Colorado’s history–counties and municipalities ...
July 4, 2012
Food Forest Takes Root in Seattle
Seattle will soon be home to the nation’s largest urban food forest.
May 26, 2012
LA Approves Ban on Plastic Grocery Bags
The ban will be phased in over a 12-month period, and will impact an estimated 7,500 stores.
May 24, 2012
Medical Report Lends Support to Zimmerman Defense
A recently released doctor’s report of injuries sustained by neighborhood watch volunteer, George Zimmerman, may support his claim ...
May 16, 2012
Can Computer Reading Replace Tradition
Are publishing companies feeling the effects of Kindle, IPOD and other electronic reading devices as technology expands?
February 27, 2012
Shen Yun a ‘Stunning Opening’ in Denver
“I’m very impressed with the precision … a beautiful precision. It appears they are very highly trained,” the ...
February 23, 2012
President Signs Controversial Defense Act
President Obama signed into law the controversial National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on Saturday, despite what he said ...
January 1, 2012
2011 & Beyond: Race for US President to Dominate
As the United States rings in the New Year, Americans are focused on the 2012 presidential election, seen ...
December 27, 2011
With Potential Medicare Cuts, Worry Among US Seniors
Seniors are paying close attention to talks of cutting Medicare costs, as both political parties wrestle with the ...
December 25, 2011
Boehner, House GOP Oppose Senate Tax Bill
The future of the Senate's recent payroll tax credit extension was cast in doubt Sunday, as House Republicans, ...
December 18, 2011
High Court to Review Arizona Immigration Law
The Supreme Court of the United States added another high profile case to its election year docket on ...
December 12, 2011
Moderates Seek Alternative to Partisan Ticket
A new nonpartisan presidential nomination website has launched giving Americans a new way to select their nominee: not ...
November 29, 2011
Americans Dissatisfied With Governance: Gallup
With mounting debt, a tough economy, and a steady unemployment rate at 9.1 percent, Americans are anxious for ...
November 3, 2011
Cain, Romney Tied in Iowa
With 10 weeks remaining before the Iowa primary, Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain is running neck and neck ...
October 31, 2011
South Carolina’s Gold Fever
Gold fever is alive and well in the South, as a Canadian mining company is reopening a historic ...
October 17, 2011
Occupy Wall Street Protests Reject US Institutions
A popular movement that is not quite sure yet what it wants, but knows it wants to bring ...
October 11, 2011
A Mountain Reflection: Regulation and Reform
In preparation for his new position as chairman of the Oversight and Governmental Reform Committee, Rep. Darrell Issa ...
March 28, 2011
A Mountain Reflection: Body Scanners Part II
The widespread deployment of body scanners in the nation's airports caused quite a stir over the holiday season, ...
March 15, 2011
A Mountain Reflection — Military Demographics
A report was released this week by the Military Leadership Diversity Commission (MLDC), comparing the demographics of our ...
March 8, 2011
A Mountain Reflection: Cutting Union Cheese in Wisconsin
Wisconsin's state animal, the badger, is a critter known for its fearless tenacity. When attacked, it refuses to ...
February 23, 2011
Obama Calling for $3.73 Trillion in Federal Spending
President Obama unveiled his 2012 budget proposal on Monday, consisting of budget cuts and tax increases, which the ...
February 15, 2011
A Mountain Reflection: Rendezvous with Destiny
1,500 people attended a ceremony honoring former President Ronald Reagan in Simi Valley, Calif. Former first lady Nancy ...
February 10, 2011
A Mountain Reflection: States Tackle Illegal Immigration
President Barack Obama, echoing elements of his 2010 speech, briefly touched upon the issue of illegal immigration in ...
February 1, 2011
A Mountain Reflection: Credit Card Security and Privacy
The convenience of credit and debit cards over cash may put us at risk to fraud, identity theft ...
January 26, 2011
A Mountain Reflection: Responsibility and Media
Jim Fogarty of the Epoch Times comments on being responsible with how we view and use media.
January 18, 2011
A Mountain Reflection: Politicizing Arizona Shooting a Mistake
The shooting of Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and others shocked many Americans, and is a tragedy.
January 12, 2011
US Shale Hit Hard as Investments Halve This Year, Says IEA
Protests, Some Violent, Spread Across US in Wake of George Floyd Death
The Associated Press
Mandatory Curfew for Minneapolis, St. Paul After Days of Destruction Following George Floyd Death
Mimi Nguyen Ly
LA County Can Reopen Barbershops, Restaurants, Salons: Officials
Justice Department Says Maine’s Campground Pandemic Restrictions Violate Constitution
Grassley: Flynn Transcripts Show ‘There Was Nothing Improper’ in Calls With Russian Ambassador
Amid Sanctions, Flynn Tried to Salvage Anti-Terror Cooperation With Russia, Transcripts Show
State and Federal Leaders Appeal for Peace and Unity in the Wake of Minneapolis Riots
AG Barr Says He Is Confident ‘Justice Will Be Served’ in George Floyd Case
US Formally Ending Relationship With WHO, Trump Announces