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Christine Mattice

Digital Journalist based in Green, Ohio, United States. Joined on May 22, 2008
Expertise in Pets, Weight loss, Health, Holistic health, Exercise & fitness,   see all» Careers & workplace, Women's health

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Freddie Mac Investigated for Betting Against Homeowners

The U.S. Treasury Department is investigating allegations that Freddie Mac may have deliberately placed bets against homeowners.

Op-Ed: Opposition to NDAA heating up

One month after President Obama signed the controversial NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) into law, public opposition is reaching fever-pitch.

Congress takes steps to ban own alleged insider trading practices

Washington - The U.S. Congress is reportedly planning to clamp down on alleged insider trading practices among its members. A procedural vote has been planned for Monday.

Op-Ed: Obama signed ACTA in violation of Constitution, say critics

In signing ACTA, President Barack Obama has again leapfrogged over the U.S. Constitution, critics charge. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) was signed by the United States and several other countries on October 1 with little fanfare.

Erin Brockovich to investigate Tourette's-like outbreak at school

Le Roy - Environmental activist Erin Brockovich has launched an investigation into the cause of the mysterious, Tourette's-like symptoms that are plaguing 15 teens, all students at Le Roy High School in New York.

Ron Paul introduces bill to repeal section of NDAA

On Wednesday, Ron Paul introduced a bill to his House colleagues to repeal section 1021 of the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act).

Enemy Expatriation Act Could Strip Americans of Citizenship

A new bill has been introduced in Congress that, if passed, would strip Americans of their citizenship for just supporting hostilities against the United States.

'Yoga is dangerous' article spurs controversy

Proponents of the soothing art of yoga were outraged on Sunday after reading that their healthy practice was not very healthy, according to a New York Times feature story.

AIDS vaccine protects monkeys from virus, study finds

Johnson & Johnson researchers may have just found a vaccine against AIDS. Working with the U.S. military, J&J injected this newly created vaccine into monkeys who had been infected with the animal form of AIDS.

Meteor shower to light up North American skies on Wednesday

A meteor shower is set to light up the North American skies early Wednesday morning. Called the Quadrantids (pronounced Quad-RON-this), the meteor shower will perform its light show between 2:30 and 5 a.m. Eastern time.

Obama Demanded NDAA Include Americans for Indefinite Detainment

Using his threat of vetoing the controversial National Defense Authorization Act, known as the NDAA, President Obama demanded that indefinite detainment include American citizens, sources say.

2012 is not the end of the world, says Mayan timekeeper

Although many people celebrated New Years’ 2012 with exuberant and alcoholic gusto, many others did so with a bit of trepidation. After all, the Mayan calendar predicted the end of the world on December 21, 2012. Or did it?

Marine Veteran Shot in Robbery, Uses Fingers to Plug his Wounds

A Marine veteran, recently returned home to Miramar, Florida from a tour of duty in Iraq, was shot 5 times in a jewelry robbery. Using his military training, he saved his life by plugging the bullet wounds with his fingers.

Nixon had gay affair with closest friend, new book claims Special

A new book claiming that former United States President Richard Nixon had a gay affair with his closest friend is causing a stir.

Cheerful Greeting Puts SC Legislators in Sour Mood

In America, two South Carolina Legislators are splitting hairs over a "cheerful greeting" mandated by Governor Nikki Haley. In September, Haley ordered her cabinet agencies to start using the greeting, "It's a great day in South Carolina."

NDAA Vote Could Force Recall of Montana Senators, Congressman

On Christmas Day, Montanans decided to give their Congressional district a gift they won't soon forget— a notice of possible recall of the Senators and one Congressman who voted for the controversial, National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

Occupy Wall Street May Seize Church-Owned Property Special

Occupy Wall Street protesters may try to seize a vacant lot from Trinity Church, says a member of the group's press team. But Trinity Church, a one-time ally, is refusing to let the Occupiers use this lot for their protests.

FDA Questions use of Antibacterial Chemical

Triclosan, a chemical widely used in antibacterial soaps, has come under the regulatory microscope of the FDA after studies indicate that it could pose heath risks.

Don Imus to Shake Up Fox Business

Famed shock-jock Don Imus is expected to wake up—perhaps even shake up—morning viewers of Fox Business Network this fall, Fox officials confirmed today.

Men March in Heels to Save Women From Violence

About 40 men marched in women’s high-heeled shoes at a Memorial Day Parade in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. Their efforts, and blistered heels, raised $5,000 for two organizations committed to ending violence against women.
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