Senators John Kerry (D-Mass) and John McCain (R-Ariz) announced proposed legislation that could become the first federal privacy and data security law. If passed into law, The Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights will have a huge impact on how personal… Continue
This woman thinks that beating kids is ok....the law says otherwise. This item was from 60 minutes new zealand. It started off as a piece about the good work this woman was doing with troubled kids. Here is the full story:… Continue
Los Angeles County health officials say the bacteria that causes Legionnaires' disease was found in a hot tub at the Playboy Mansion where scores of people became ill after attending a fundraiser in February.
The Los Angeles Times says health officials presented their findings Friday… Continue
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A powerful aftershock shook quake-ravaged Japan Monday, sending panicked people into the streets as residents were urged out of a wider zone near a crippled nuclear plant.
Japan's meteorological agency measured the temblor at 7.0, but U.S. officials placed it at 6.6.
MEXICO CITY - Fifty-nine bodies were found buried Wednesday in a series of pits in the northern Mexico state of Tamaulipas, near the site where suspected drug gang members massacred 72 migrants last summer, officials said.
Security forces stumbled on the site as they were… Continue
The 8.9-magnitude earthquake that rattled the island nation on Friday leveled buildings, crushed cars and killed hundreds, if not thousands of people. And some experts say tremor's aftershocks could make it a whole lot worse and continue for years.
Seven children were killed in a tragic fire that ripped through a Pennsylvania farmhouse while their mother was milking cows and their father napped nearby, officials said Wednesday.
A 3-year-old girl survived the blaze in rural Blain, Pa., near Harrisburg. The children who perished -… Continue