Archive for May, 2010
If you're eating non-organic celery today, you may be ingesting 67 pesticides with it, according to a new report from the Environmental Working Group.
Al Qaeda says its No. 3 man and commander of its operations in Afghanistan has died, according to a group that monitors Islamist websites.
Rep. Edward Markey challenged the assertion by oil giant BP's chief executive that no underwater oil plumes have formed because of the Gulf of Mexico spill.
For years, Turkey has been Israel's strongest predominantly Muslim ally in a region where the Israelis have few other friends.
A Mexican judge is still considering whether to issue warrant for the arrest of reality TV producer Bruce Beresford-Redman in the death of his wife at a Cancun resort last month, a prosecution spokesman said.
Four gunmen opened fire into a Lahore, Pakistan, hospital on Monday, killing 5 people, the hospital's chief and government officials said.
As some world leaders came out against an Israeli raid on a flotilla carrying humanitarian supplies to Gaza, so did protesters in various cities around the world.
A rapid Pacific submarine volcano eruption has exhaled a steam and ash cloud in the air and left a trail of debris on the surface of the water near Sarigan Island in the Northern Mariana Islands, U.S. officials said Monday.
After 41 years in business, the Schaefer family have pretty much seen it all. Good times when business was booming, and tougher years that brought Hurricanes like Katrina and Ike. Now, a man-made oil disaster is trying the Gulf Coast, and the Schaefer family is in crisis mode -- again.
Israel insisted its soldiers were defending themselves when they fatally shot nine activists on a ship that was laden with humanitarian goods for Gaza.