NORTH TEXAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – No shot, no service. It sounds extreme, but that’s how far some doctors are going to protect some of their patients. A growing number of doctors are standing up to families who decide not to get vaccines for their kids.
At least six people were killed when the Italian port city of Genoa was hit by flash floods during torrential rainfall. Five of the victims, including two children, died when the lobby of an apartment block in which they had sought shelter flooded. A woman was apparently crushed by cars being swept away by the water. The Genoa city website… Read more →
A top Iranian official called the U.S. the “chief perpetrator of terror across the globe” Friday, and said he will present proof of U.S. terror to the United Nations. Speaking to a Tehran crowd that had gathered to commemorate the 1979 seizure of the U.S. embassy and the taking of U.S. hostages, Saeed Jalili, a top Iranian security official and… Read more →
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa is calling for an investigation into allegations that ACORN-related group New York Communities for Change “engaged in fraud through its participation in the Occupy Wall Street protests.”
The Bakken is a formation of shale source rock covering about 200,000 square miles of North Dakota, Montana and Saskatchewan. It is currently the largest known reserve of light sweet crude in North America.
Hamm is sitting pretty with the biggest holding in the Bakken and set to invest $1 billion there this year in his quest to prove that it is not just one of the biggest oil fields in the United States, but in the whole world. “Out of all the oil plays in the U.S., thereʼs just one Bakken,” Hamm says…. Read more →
Today we take a major turn in the letter of Paul to the Romans. Romans 1:16-17 is the theme of the letter: the gospel is the power of God to save believers from the wrath to come. And this gospel – this good news of Jesus’ death and resurrection – has that power to save believers from God’s wrath, because… Read more →
But a few physicists weren’t worrying about Al Gore in the 1990s. They were theorizing about another possible factor in climate change: charged subatomic particles from outer space, or “cosmic rays,” whose atmospheric levels appear to rise and fall with the weakness or strength of solar winds that deflect them from the earth. These shifts might significantly impact the type… Read more →
There has been some fretting in Anonymous lately about its latest, rather dangerous operation to uncover corruption in a shady organization: supporters said they would leak names of people conspiring with one of Mexico’s most powerful drug cartels, Los Zetas. After some confusion about whether the “op” had been called off this week, a longtime spokesman for the cyber network… Read more →
It’s heady, historic stuff: America’s richest man—he’d be the world’s richest had he not already given away so much money—still in his prime (he just turned 56), with the reputation, resources and determination to stamp out infectious disease. “I’d be deeply disappointed,” says Gates, if in the next 25 years he can’t lower the death toll by 80%. Otherwise, “we’re… Read more →