Fifty years ago today, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that school-sponsored Bible reading in public schools was unconstitutional. Prior to that decision, it was relatively common for children to begin the school day with a reading of Bible verses, though eleven states already had laws supporting Bible reading or prayer in schools overturned at the state level.
– Google Inc.’s lack of transparency in its political spending and its membership in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce pose a threat both to the company’s brand as well as to our democracy, according to letters sent this week by…
FORT STEWART, GA. (USASOC News Service, June 15, 2013)—A U.S. Army Ranger died during training June 13, 2013, during an airborne proficiency jump at Taylors Creek Drop Zone. Pfc. Christopher P. Dona, 21, was found on the drop zone unconscious…
FORT BRAGG, N.C. (USASOC News Service, June 14, 2013)–Staff Sgt. Marek A. Soja, 30, of Philadelphia, Pa., died June 12, 2013, in Kenya of injuries sustained in a vehicle accident. Soja was assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S. Army…
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Robert Menendez joined senators from New York and Connecticut to urge President Barack Obama to curb carbon pollution from power plants.
The American medical community has been concerned for some time about the reality of hunger and malnutrition in our nation. Nutrition is paramount to health and survival, especially for young children who are more susceptible to illness and long-term health problems without proper nutrition.
Talk about taking your business to “the Cloud.” In an ingenious effort to avoid billions of dollars in taxes, Apple, Inc., has been levitating subsidiaries between American and Irish soil, claiming that from a tax-law perspective, they exist in neither country and so are subject to neither country’s taxing authority. And, sadly, the scheme has worked: no taxes have been paid to the U.S., a relatively paltry sum was paid to Ireland.
HAMILTON – Hands-free technologies might make it easier for motorists to text, talk on the phone, or even use Facebook while they drive, but new findings from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety show dangerous mental distractions exist even when drivers keep their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road.
Jobs are returning with depressing slowness, and most of the new jobs pay less than the jobs that were lost in the Great Recession.
It’s bad enough the federal government spies on us. Must it insult our intelligence too?