#NotSecretServiceKerry: 'It Still Hurts' After Twitter AttacksA professor at New York University is still reeling from a barrage of angry tweets directed at her after she was mistaken for a Secret Service Agent who was vocal about not protecting President Donald Trump.
Retired Electronics Professor Wants To Create Wi-Fi Free RefugeWireless technology has revolutionized the way we communicate, but now some people say there’s a potential downside. Some people claim Wi-Fi and cellphone signals are making them sick.
Play About Columbine Shooting To Open In New YorkA play about the Columbine High School massacre written from the perspective of the two teen shooters will make its world premiere in New York next month, penned by a playwright who was 9 at the time of the killings and calls it "a watershed moment."
Head Of Epilepsy Foundation Wants Marijuana Oil AvailableThe chairman of the board of the Epilepsy Foundation is fighting for access to marijuana oil on a national level.
Many Single Women, A Key Bloc, Are Avoiding GOPAs Republicans dust off their Election Day drubbing last month, their party must confront the reality that the ranks of unmarried women are growing rapidly, and these voters overwhelmingly have backed Democrats for decades.