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Bill O'Reilly doubles down on Falklands 'combat' reporting lies

New York - As numerous Fox News hosts proceeded to eviscerate NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams after it was revealed he lied about some of his combat reporting during the Iraq War, the conservative network's most popular host was unusually restrained.

U.S. lightning strikes to increase 50 percent as planet heats up

As man-made global warming continues to make the earth a warmer and wetter place, lightning strikes will also increase — by as much as 50 percent by the end of this century, scientists say in a new study.

Open Carry Tx, Moms Demand Action spar over loaded gun in Target

Dallas - An employee inside a Target store in South Carolina found a loaded handgun in the toy aisle just a few days before activists from Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America launched a petition demanding that the store ban people from wearing guns inside.

Op-Ed: What do The New York Times' losses tell us about good journalism?

The New York Times just posted its 12th consecutive quarterly advertising revenue decline, claiming a "complex and fragmented" market is to blame — but is it something else?'s February traffic surges thanks to social media Special

The February online traffic for reached a record high for the non-profit news outlet. Publisher Steve Katz discusses what may have caused the spike and offers advice to news outlets looking to strengthen their online presence.

Dow Chemical infiltrated Greenpeace and stole data, says lawsuit

Dow Chemical, chemical manufacturer Sasol North America and their contractors hired private investigators to spy on the environmental group Greenpeace, according to a lawsuit filed Monday.

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A lawsuit filed Monday alleges that Dow Chemical  Sasol North America and their contractors waged a ...
A lawsuit filed Monday alleges that Dow Chemical, Sasol North America and their contractors waged a two-year campaign of illegal corporate espionage against the environmental group Greenpeace and its allies.