Life

Court Rules Chimps Still Not People

The Nonhuman Rights Project is seeking to have chimps classified as legal "persons," with all the rights that implies.

Return to Aleppo: The story of my home during the war

He worried about it, but it survived - and he later discovered how it served as a life-saving medical centre.

Crimes Against Humanity

Members of Congress Push for Aid to Victims of ISIS in Middle East

Millions of dollars’ worth of research in limbo at NIH

The leadership at the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, has banned the use of data collected.

Don't ever forget D-Day and what it meant for our nation

Soldiers of the American, British and Canadian forces stormed the beaches of Normandy and led to the defeat of Nazi Germany.

This Is How It Feels When Your City Is Attacked

Our spirit will endure, beyond political seasons, and despite whatever revolting attacks may yet be to come.

ISIS's Perverse, Bloody Interpretation of Ramadan

For the overwhelming majority of Muslims, Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is a time of prayer and atonement.

What the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive wants the world to know

At 97, Ben Ferencz is the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive and he has a far-reaching message for today’s world.

Beware of nationwide phone scam

If you believe you've been a victim of the scam, you can report the incident to the local marshals office.

Manchester Bomber used taxpayer money to fund terror

It is apparently not uncommon for jihadists to obtain thousands of pounds in student loans with no intention of attending school.

A Legal Victory over the Moon

In this week's ruling, the judges said Davis made a case that the detention violated her constitutional right regarding unreasonable seizure.

Girl accuses school of war crime

She criticised the policy of punishing a whole class for one person's bad behaviour - by citing the Geneva Conventions.

Remembering Manchester

The 20th century was the prelude to the terrible reality of Islamic jihadist evil that now permeates the 21st century.

A Kennedy embraces anonymity

Senator John Kennedy shuffles alone through the Capitol basement, reveling in his bag of walnuts, unrecognized.

Why you should care about bees

One in every three bites of food is directly or indirectly pollinated by honeybees, who pollinate about $15 billion worth of U.S. crops each

Graduation speech pulled over Christian content

It is a right that he is afforded under the United States Constitution and it is a right that was denied to him.

Remembering A Soldier Who Died For His Country Before Becoming A Citizen

Memorial Day weekend is a time when a lot of Americans remember those who have served and lost their lives during war.

Can the middle class afford college?

The beginning of May was the deadline for the last of high-school seniors to make their final decision about where they’re going to college.