List by Month: 5-2012

Which Dyes and Preservatives Cause The Most Trouble?

05.29.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The government has just completed its very first study into which dyes and preservatives in food give your kids bad behaviors. What kind of behaviors? A lack of concentration, tempers, interupting, hyperactivity, struggling to sleep, fliddling with ...

When Was Jesus Crucified? Simply Look At The Earth.

05.29.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Researchers are claiming to have discovered the exact date Jesus was crucified, according to a new geological study released this week. The study, published in "International Geology Review", suggests Christ was crucified Friday, April 3rd, in the ...

Want The Government To Watch You? Use These Words Online...

05.28.12 | Sarah Harnisch

'Mail Online' did a story over the weekend of hundreds of words you want to avoid using online, if you don't want the government spying on you. They list includes words like pork, cloud, and Mexico. The agency says it may track you if you use those ...

Schumer Goes After Airlines That Target Families With Fees

05.28.12 | Sarah Harnisch

New York Senator Chuck Schumer held a press conference Sunday, angered at airlines that are charging fees so families can sit together on planes. He said it could be a liability for the air carrier if a child is injured. Since last year, American ...

Gas Prices Drop For A Twelfth Straight Day, Just In Time for Memorial Day

05.28.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Reports of 5-dollar a gallon gasoline by Memorial Day proved to be greatly exaggerated.  Triple-A reports the price of a gallon of gas fell another 4-tenths of a cent overnight. That's the 12th straight day prices fell. It's good news for ...

The Story of Army Specialist Michael Shoemaker

05.28.12 | Sarah Harnisch

More then 1.2 million Americans have died since the Revolutionary war in 1775. Tens of millions more have been wounded. A 24 year old soldier stationed in Kandahar, Afghanistan named Michael Shoemaker was critically wounded a month after he ...

The Ticks Are Hungry This Year In NY, PA

05.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Insect experts are warning people living in New York and Pennsylvania about an abundance of ticks this spring. Each year, thousands of people get Lyme disease, but this year is expected to be worse.  It's because the acorn crop was small this ...

Bill Proposed In NY To Require Parental Consent On Body Piercings

05.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

People under 18 in New York can't go tanning or get tattoos without parental permission. They're not allowed to buy cigarettes. But they can get body piercings. State Senator Joe Robach has introduced a bill to require minors under the age of 18 to ...

Iran Says It Has A Book To Ensure The Global Collapse Of Christianity

05.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Islamic people there contend the text was written by Barnabas during his travels with Paul, and was found on an animal hide in Turkey. It predicts the coming of Muhammed and the religion of Islam. The Christian world says the dating of the book is ...

200 Churches In Maine Taking Offering To Fight For Traditional Marriage

05.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Federal law says churches can't support a political candidate, but they can support a political cause. Two-hundred churches in the state of Maine are collecting money in the offering plate to fight a referendum in November that asks voters to ...

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