Missouri legislators have introduced more than a dozen bills intended to interfere with a woman’s access to abortion. Three bills (HB 1307/HB 1313/SB 519) that were recently debated in the Missouri House and Senate would block a woman needing an abortion from getting care for 72 hours. Show More Summary
Violence devastates the lives of millions of women and girls worldwide every year. One out of every three women will be physically, sexually or otherwise abused during her lifetime.
Last week we asked for recommendations for women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) on twitter — and you had way, way too many ideas for just one #ff. We’re back for volume II today with five more amazing ladies who crunch (numbers). Radium Yttrium (@DrRubidium): Analytical chemist. Left Coaster in the No Coast [...]
Yesterday, the Senate defeated Governor Terry McAuliffe’s amendment to SB 330, an amendment that would have seriously weakened conscience protections included in a bill providing for the licensing of genetic counselors. The vote was 23-17 with Democrat Senators Chuck Colgan, Phil Puckett and Chap Petersen joining all 20 Republicans in protecting the right of conscience. […]
Being squeezed into a sweater can freak a penguin out -- and it’s really not necessary, thanks to heat lamps.
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The ocean's coldest, saltiest waters are disappearing -- thanks to Antarctic currents shutting down.
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Mozambique is considering revisions to its criminal code that will allow accused rapists to escape punishment if they marry the sexual assault survivor.
Entrepreneurs are trying out ways to recycle sequestered carbon dioxide, making everything from fertilizer to superglue to Plexiglas.
The warming climate is predicted to bring punishing rainstorms.
DSD and NVB v The Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis  EWHC 436 (QB) - read judgment The police have a duty to conduct investigations into particularly severe violent acts perpetrated by private parties in a timely and efficient manner. There had been systemic failings by the police in investigating a large number of rapes […]
MIT chemists have devised a way to trap carbon dioxide and transform it into useful organic compounds, using a simple metal complex. read more
The strangest of things took place in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday: The House of Representatives passed apparently meaningful energy-related legislation with true bipartisan support. read more
A Venezuelan soldier and a motorcyclist died in a confused melee sparked by the opposition’s barricading of a Caracas street, officials said on Thursday, boosting the death toll from nearly a month of violence to 20.
Just two days day after the Obama administration proposed to cut millions of dollars in funding to clean up the infamous Hanford nuclear site in Washington state, the Energy Department said Thursday that one of the location’s oldest storage tanks may have sprung another leak.
Most governments don’t have the resources to manufacture the surveillance technology that’s required to hack into the computers of unsuspecting citizens. In recent years, surveillance software firms have stepped in to fill that gap, proliferating into what has become a $5 billion industry. Show More Summary
There is a crisis that demands our urgent attention. For the last four decades, this country has been obsessed with expanding the number of people we throw behind bars and the length of time we hold them there. Crime rates have beenShow More Summary
by John Jalsevac Today's blog posts: Renegade employee transports minor for abortion in Catholic children’s services vehicle - Jill Stanek Conceived in rape traitors? - Rebecca Kiessling Book review: ‘A Mother’s Ordeal – One Woman’s Fight Against China’s One-Child Policy’…
by Kirsten Andersen OMAHA, NE, March 6, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has donated over $100 million to pro-abortion groups, many of which directly pay for women’s abortions, according to a new report at National Review. Buffett, 83, is the world’s fourth richest person,…