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With the number of scams increasing rapidly, you might think everyone would be aware of the many ways that the gullible and innocent can be ripped off, but people continue to get hooked.
It seems a miracle is taking place in Iraq right now, as the mainstram media are occupied with the Katrina disaster. Suddenly, we are winning the war against terrorism.
Operation River Gate, Iraq, October 6, 2005 2nd Marine Division Combat Camera photos by USMC photo by Cpl. Kevin N. McCall and Lance Cpl. Shane...
After making an almost exact copy of a legitimate company's website, using their text, graphics, colours and layout, the scammers contact potential victims.
A social activist who blew the whistle on official abuses under China's one-child policy in the eastern province of Shandong was beaten by local officials Tuesday...
Lydia Cornell, Best Actress nominee at Method Fest for the independent film "Miss Supreme Queen," and star of the long-running hit show "Too Close...
Dr. Paul Offit says what worked to keep vaccines on the market might serve as a model for ensuring that life-saving drugs continue to reach the shelves of America's pharmacies.
Don't cringe at the thought of that essay. Grammarian Jane Straus explains why the SAT's new writing section is actually a great opportunity to boost your score.
The population here is no longer on the fence. They want their freedom. They're providing information to Iraqi security forces and coalition forces.
According to the American Cancer Society, in the U.S. this year, an estimated 211,240 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer...
James L. Clark, combat medic, infantryman, police academy graduate, search and rescue specialist, certified rescue diver and tactical trainer is going back to New Orleans, overcame paralyzing bureaucracy and saved lives.
Haytham Attah purchased explosives and ordnance used to make IEDs for attacks against Iraqi Security and Coalition Forces.
President Bush announced today his nomination of John Roberts as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, in place of William Rehnquist, who died on Saturday.
The ASPCA goal of raising one million dollars had almost been reached by end of day, Friday 3rd September. The ASPCA thanked everyone who has given so generously.
I don't know the protocol in cases like this, but I thought the federal government would have leaped into action within hours of the hurricane hit.
United States hails 'dramatic development' in Hariri probe
Brad Cotter, the 2004 winner of USA Network's singing contest 'Nashville Star,' shows his support for military families.
Trials are beginning on a new oral medication for a disease that threatens about 60 million people a year in 36 countries.
Admitting that 'Turkey had mishandled its rebellious Kurds', Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan said democracy is needed, rather than oppression.
A Canadian company, VisionSphere Technologies has created a new low-cost facial capture system for use in facial recognition systems.