Imagine that you are pregnant and scared. You read one of the ads in the New York City subway system that appears to offer help.
BISMARCK, N.D. — A federal judge on Monday temporarily blocked a new North Dakota law that bans abortion when a fetal heartbeat is detected – as early as six weeks into pregnancy, calling the law "clearly invalid and unconstitutional.
Helping the middle class and defending Social Security are topping the issues in the new television commercials unveiled Monday by two Democrats in New Jersey's special United States Senate election.
An Ohio political action committee is raising money to buy George Zimmerman a new gun, the group announced on its website Saturday.
Those of us who study corporate crises distinguish between Crisis Prone versus Crisis Prepared individuals and organizations. Crisis Prone individuals and organizations put their primary energies into all kinds of faulty rationalizations that allow them to persist in the false belief that they will never have a crisis: "we're too big and powerful to have major crises;" "crises only happen to others;" "if a crisis happens, someone will come to our rescue," "there's no need to prepare for what'll never happen.
SAN FRANCISCO -- A fire rig that ran over and killed a 16-year-old Asiana Airlines crash survivor was not equipped with heat-sensing equipment that might have detected her in its path, a newspaper reported Monday.
Last week the New York Times ran a front-page story entitled, Hillary Clinton Taps Speechmaking Gold Mine. The article suggested that it's ethically questionable at best for former politicians to receive exorbitant fees for speaking engagements.
This Friday was the one year anniversary of the horrific shootings in a darkened movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, a day that will live in infamy in our history and forever taint our social legacy.
Scientists distinguish between two types of potential errors in their research. Type I errors occur when something seems true but, in fact, isn't. Type II errors are the opposite: the scientist mistakenly rejects what is correct.
As the bitter disappointment and initial anger subside after an all-female jury's verdict in George Zimmerman's trial for the murder of Trayvon Martin, provocative questions linger about their not guilty judgment.
A group of Florida activists that has been camped out in the state capitol building for nearly a week in opposition to "Stand Your Ground" laws is getting a hand from local legislators, WCTV reported on Monday.
President-elect Donald Trump has been twisting the facts in ways beyond what even George Orwell envisioned in his dystopian novel 1984. When PolitiFact, the Pulitzer Prize-winning truth squad sponsored by the Tampa Bay Times, analyzed more than 300 assertions by Trump since he announced his presidential bid, it found that roughly 70 percent were mostly or completely false while another 15 percent were half-truths.
Since the day Obama became President, there have been rumors that on his last day of office he would somehow do a mic drop and make marijuana legal. This is not legally possible but there is something he could do before he leaves office to finally put an end to "reefer madness": update the Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) website and publications to reflect its own recent scientific findings on medical cannabis.