Medical doctors may be wrong in up to 40 percent of patients they diagnose as being in an irreversible coma, and a new study shows that some high-tech brain scans are finding brain activity where doctors had said little or none existed.
The state of California is working to ban individuals from serving as judges if they are affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America because of the Scouts' policy of prohibiting homosexual troop leaders.
President Obama has, by delaying indefinitely any decision on the Keystone XL Pipeline as an appeasement to environmentalists, successfully offended nearly everyone else interested in jobs and cheap energy.
A new study suggests casual marijuana use may damage the brain, supporting the Obama administration's official stand on legalizing marijuana but flying in the face of the president's claims about the drug.
Two separate bills are working their way through the two houses of the Missouri state legislature, both of which are aimed at protecting citizens of the Show Me State from the impending federal gun grab.
Widespread news accounts of handbills being circulated in the troubled eastern Ukraine province of Donetsk calling for registration of all Jews with a putative separatist government may have been a hoax, according to a report in The New Republic magazine.