The New York Times ran a curious op-ed on the subject of Eritrea last week. Titled “It’s Bad in Eritrea, but Not That Bad“, it suggests that the recent report of the UN Commission of Inquiry (COI), finding evidence of crimes against… Continue Reading ?
Europe may yet dissolve beneath the xenophobic ramblings of an off-brand Donald Trump bootleg, but here in North America, our political leaders are showing off the sex appeal of progressive politics.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More than 100 Nobel laureates called on the international environmental group Greenpeace on Thursday to end its opposition to genetically modified crops, saying there is a scientific consensus they are safe and can benefit society.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - The Federal Select Agent Program, which oversees dangerous substances such as anthrax and bird flu in federal, academic and private labs, reported 199 incidents in which lab workers were potentially exposed to infectious or toxic agents in 2015, though there were no losses of select agents.
'How can we give honours to people who do dishonourable things?'
LIMA (Reuters) - The head of Petroperu, German Velasquez, was dismissed following the third oil spill in the Amazon this year from the state-owned energy company's four-decades-old pipeline, the government said on Thursday.
David Konderla, whose work in Texas as a priest included post-abortion ministry, was installed Wednesday as bishop in the Diocese of Tulsa.
SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A lawyer for Volkswagen AG said at a court hearing Thursday the German automaker believed it could fix 85,000 polluting 3.0-liter VW, Audi and Porsche diesel cars and SUVs, a move that could help the company avoid a second pricey vehicle buyback.
Misty Snow will vie for a U.S. Senate seat in Utah and Misty Plowright will attempt to unseat U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn in Colorado.
The St. John's abortion facility has dropped its lawsuit against pro-lifers after they agreed to a reduced, 40-meter zone.
Not paying for transgender soldiers' gender transitions violates the notion that 'all Americans are free and equal,' the secretary of defense said today.
The National Health Interview Survey found gays, lesbians and bisexuals more likely to report impaired physical and mental health.
Tougher regulations regarding the treatment of the remains of aborted babies are set to go into effect on Friday. This latest pro-life initiative is due largely to the leadership of Governor Bill Haslam, explains Tennessee Right to Life. “The proposed policy was introduced by the Haslam administration as a priority last January in order ‘to […]
When the Supreme Court partly overturned Texas’ pro-life law protecting women and unborn childcare from unsafe abortion clinics that couldn’t follow the same health and safety standards as legitimate outpatient surgical clinics, pro-life advocates knew the law had been saving unborn babies from abortions. Now we know just how many. According to new figures from […]
In a disappointing ruling on Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down an abortion clinic regulation law in Texas and jeopardized the future of similar laws in Pennsylvania and dozens of other states. Just hours after the Supreme Court announcement, a pro-abortion Pennsylvania legislator announced his plans to try to repeal the Pennsylvania regulations, according […]
Piles upon piles of documents have been coming out of a Congressional investigation of the abortion industry and its trafficking of aborted babies’ body parts. As journalists and pro-lifer sift through the evidence released by the Congressional Select Panel on Infant Lives, they are uncovering more shocking details about how callously the abortion industry treats […]
Judge Tanya Walton Pratt of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana granted a preliminary injunction against the "Dignity for the Unborn Law" on Thursday, just a day before the law was to take effect. The post Federal Judge Blocks Fetal Anomaly Law From Going Into Effect in Indiana appeared first on Rewire.
With the Fourth of July and its loud fireworks displays almost here, PETA is providing these brief but potentially lifesaving tips—not just on July 4 but also on each... The post Urgent Tips: Keep Cats and Dogs Safe During Fireworks Displays appeared first on PETA.
The bill may become law by the end of the legislative session Saturday, American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina Acting Executive Director Sarah Preston told Rewire. The post Anti-Immigrant Bill Advances in North Carolina appeared first on Rewire.
"To the extent that similar state laws have different provisions, like those that contain transfer agreements for example, those laws will need to be litigated individually to fall," said Jessica Mason Pieklo, vice president for law and the courts at Rewire. Show More Summary