Japan using gas to avoid explosion at nuclear plant.
Of stupid questions and the significance of census.
Digging deep into Teotihuacan’s mystery.
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2009 (By Year)
Case settles, abortionist pays
A New Jersey abortion clinic has settled a lawsuit that emerged from a botched procedure it performed.
Newspaper denies ex-editor's religious discrimination claim
The Washington Times is denying a religious discrimination claim by the newspaper's former opinion editor.
Will GM overcome bailout paybacks?
A regulatory expert says the effort by General Motors to spin its massive third-quarter loss is just like "putting lipstick on an Edsel."
Newspapers reach end of story
Several homosexual newspapers have closed their doors.
Dem's plan for repeal of 'don't ask, don't tell'
Elaine Donnelly with the Center for Military Readiness expects a tough fight in Congress if Democratic leaders move forward with a plan to try ending the ban on homosexuals serving in the U.S. military by attaching an amendment to next year's defense authorization bill.
Troubling portrait emerges of Fort Hood shooter
His name appears on radical Internet postings. A fellow officer says he fought his deployment to Iraq and argued with soldiers who supported U.S. wars.
Democrat wins House seat in heavily GOP area in NY
A battle for control of the Republican message may have cost the party a special election for a northern New York House seat.
But would there be rollover miles?
A newspaper in California indicates that state may soon allow insurance companies to implement "pay-as-you-drive" policies.
AARP two-steps, scrambles with taxpayers' dollars
A seniors group that promotes limited government and lower taxes says many Americans are unaware that the AARP is a "Fortune 500 conglomerate" that's using tax dollars to promote a new government health insurance plan.
When people save, gaming suffers
Along with scores of other businesses across America, casinos don't appear to be faring well in the current economy.
Kennedy - aggressive, but unethical at times
To a certain extent, says a pro-family leader in Massachusetts, conservatives could use someone like Ted Kennedy. Earlier story: Kennedy leaves 'sad legacy' on tradtional values
Christian fiction features vampires, Amish
The Christian book business, optimistic that escapism might be an antidote for readers in hard times, is turning to bonnets, buggies and bloodsuckers.
FedEx delivers the goods for transgendered
Without a vote from shareholders, one of America's largest corporations has decided to grant its transgender employees special protected status. POLL: Why were the shareholders excluded? (Story contains poll results)
Episcopal Bishop calls individual salvation 'heresy,' 'idolatry'
Episcopal Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori says it's "heresy" to believe that an individual can be saved through a sinner's prayer of repentance. POLL: What's your reaction to this? (Story contains poll results)
County apologies for citing pastor's home Bible studies
San Diego County has rescinded its citation and apologized to a pastor who was warned that he needed a permit to hold weekly Bible studies in his home.
Special protection for 'political reasons'
Washington state has approved a transgender "hate crime" protection law.
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