Toxic gas leak at Texas Dupont plant kills four
Valve at DuPont plant in Houston suburbs was leaking for two hours before being turned off.
Los Angeles School District Under Fire After Arguing Girl, 14, Mature Enough To Consent To Sex With Teacher
Questionable legal tactics used to defend sex offender teacher.
by CBS Los Angeles

Hundreds Of High Schoolers Boycott New State Standardized Test
Only 24 out of 877 seniors take state’s standardized test.
by CBS Denver
Why Hasn’t the Government Tested Ebola Against the Usual/Available Disinfectants?
Why hasn’t CDC or EPA or OSHA or DOD tested Ebola against all usual/available disinfectants?
by Washington's Blog

Under Obama program, illegals get driver's license, credit cards, Obamacare
Many have won the same benefits as U.S. citizens.
by Paul Bedard
Man In Selfie Sues Nancy Grace After He Was Dubbed ‘Serial Killer’
Technical glitch leads CNN anchor to report false information.
by CBS Denver

US village is cell phone free and loving it
“I feel much better. I can have a life again.”
by Fabienne Faur
IBM Just Found A Bug In Every Version Of Windows Since 1995
Microsoft’s fix will already be applied if you have automatic updates turn on.
by Steven Tweedie

U.K. Copyright Laws Suppress WWI Soldiers’ Letters, Other Historical Documents
They will not be in the public domain until 2039.
by Noah Berlatsky
What The Mid-Term Elections Really Mean For Peace and Liberty
Did the election last week really mean that much?
by Ron Paul

Dad Confronts Kidnapper, Saves 5-Year-Old Daughter
Father takes matters into his own hands.
by Associated Press
Dish Network Chairman Mocks: 'Unless they find the plane' Losing CNN a 'Non-event'
“Twenty years ago, CNN was a must-have channel, but it’s not a top 10 network anymore…”
by John Nolte

IRS Admits to Court it Hasn’t Searched for Missing Lerner Emails
IRS failed to search any of the IRS standard computer systems for the “missing” emails of Lois Lerner and other IRS officials.
by Judicial Watch
Home Depot data breach worse than first reported
Hackers stole 53 million email addresses in addition to customer data for 56 million payment cards previously disclosed.
by Al Jazeera

The Americans with Charlie LeDuff: Squatting on the squatter
Squatter sent to jail in viral news video.
by Charlie LeDuff
Election Wipes Out Democrats' "Talent Pool"
Democrats lose politicians who could’ve made the 2016 VP short list.
by Alexander Burns