WITH their milky white skin, wispy hair and haunting, pale eyes, they are called “the living ghosts” by locals.
And the vulnerable albinos of Tanzania in East Africa have more than insults to fear.
They are being hunted down and hacked to death to satisfy a growing demand for their body parts and blood to use in black magic.
A Murfreesboro, Tenn., woman chose not to follow the old saying "Finders keepers, losers weepers" when she discovered nearly $100,000 in a bag at a local Cracker Barrel restaurant. But it wasn't that the thought didn't cross her mind.
The answer to economic recovery is, simply, more freedom. We need more freedom, lots of it, if we are to hope to make a recovery from the current economic situation anytime soon. It is at the height of arrogance for the President-elect and the members of Congress to presume that they know best how to allocate and invest resources to bring about a robust e...
FCC Commissioner Deborah Taylor Tate praised DRM as 'very effective' and raised a flag in favor of ISP filtering.
There are many people who really, sincerely believe that “global solutions” are essential to solving many of the world’s problems. Such people fail to understand that, first of all, central planning does not work.
Some 130 women were held prisoner, some in dog cages, at a Ho Chi Minh City brothel, forced to work as prostitutes 18 hours per day, local media reports say.
An Indian Court has been called to ban Google Earth amid suggestions the online satellite imaging was used to help plan the terror attacks that killed more than 170 people in Mumbai last month.
Ford is suing multiple Ford enthusiast web sites. You may want to read that again. Ford is suing multiple Ford-enthusiast web sites. In a recent letter to enthusiast web sites, Ford's reportedly requiring the relinquishment of all Ford trademarks including domain names, banners, signs and merchandise as well as a restitution payment of $5,000 by ...
Unfortunately, Obama is positioning himself to not follow through with The Change in foreign policy that he eloquently spoke about in the campaign, but beyond that, being a candidate perceived to be “far left”, he has neutralized a significant amount of anti-war pressure from the left.
A Lynchburg man accused of using his work computer to superimpose sexual images of himself over otherwise innocent photos of an 11-year-old girl is facing a possible sentence of 50 years in prison if he’s convicted.