Consumers have the right to know if their food has been genetically engineered. However, the U.S. government does not require labeling of GE foods or ingredients so that shoppers can make informed decisions.
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With the recent Supreme Court ruling, the gay marriage issue becomes moot.” Orson Scott Card responds to those calling for a boycott of the film adaptation of his book “Ender's Game” in protest of Card's statements against ...
For the past year, to the rising horror of publishing-industry insiders, the federal government has been on a campaign to stamp out price fixing in the e-book trade between the last remaining major publishing houses and Apple ...
The Lone Ranger turned out to be one of the biggest movie flops in history. The movie (before marketing) cost more than a quarter of a billion dollars to make. Here's the thing: thousands of people touched this project.
Times Higher Education Journals' ends: scholars favour prestige over access Times Higher Education Meanwhile, more than 80 per cent of about 3,500 scholars polled by the UK Survey of Academics 2012 say it is very important that the journal they...
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During the Depression and the rise of fascism in Europe, Sinclair Lewis wrote the novel "It Can't Happen Here," his warning about how fragile democracy is and how easily it can be replaced by dictatorship.
An al Qaeda terrorist stated in a recent online posting that U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens was killed by lethal injection after plans to kidnap him during the Sept. 11 attacks in Benghazi went bad.
Feeling down and need a smile break? Take a moment to watch the story of Tinney Davidson, who waves to nearby students every day as they walk to the high school. She started doing it with her husband before he passed away, and with him gone, she’s continued the tradition.
A rare series of images from a photojournalist chronicles a harrowing scene near Aleppo.
Anne Bosworth's insight:
Well, well, well...FINALLY a little media responsibility in reporting. Apparently, it takes a public beheading between two groups of maniacs to get Time Magazine to question the Obamunist "wisdom" of getting involved with this Syrian trainwreck.
The media-pundit-advertiser industrial cycle has discovered that turning life into a sporting event (with winners and losers, villians and heroes and most of all, black and white issues) is profitable.
A Milwaukee, Wis., elementary school has come under fire from parents for encouraging children as young as five years old to cross-dress in celebration of an event billed "Gender-Bender Day" at the school last Friday.