Some Fear Ebola Outbreak Could Make Nation Turn to Science Leading anti-science activists expressed their concern that the American people, wracked with anxiety over the possible spread of the virus, might desperately look to science to save the day. “It’s a very human reaction,” said Harland Dorrinson, a prominent anti-science activist from Springfield, Missouri. “If you put them under enough stress, perfectly rational people will panic and start believing in science.”
Traveling Through Venezuela, a Country Teetering on the Brink
Relatives of a dead miner try to find his name on a list of 301 miners killed in a mining disaster last year. Forty-five people are to stand trial, including eight former top managers who have been accused of murder in Turkey's worst ever mining disaster. (Ozan Kose/AFP/Getty Images)
This magazine cover illustrates why Poke-a-hontass Warren, liberal madam from MA, should not ever be elected again: she is a proven liar. And, a proven plagiarist. And, a proven thief. A perfect combination of liberal "values" and offensive behavior. Lizzie is a gas bag and a fraud.
Photos of drowned Syrian boy spark debate on social media ethics
"Why does the world pay more attention to 17 murders in France than to 2,000 murders in Africa?' That's the question Rex Murphy and many others are asking after a brutal massacre by the terror group Boko Haram in Nigeria received less media c...