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Nurses, Cigs, and Bypass Burgers: Which Does Not Belong?

Jon Basso's response to healthy diets? "Quadruple Bypass Burgers" at his Tempe, Arizona restaurant, The Heart Attack Grill. Read More »

Book Review: The Places In Between by Rory Stewart

The former British diplomat Rory Stewart documents his incredible journey from Herat to the Afghan capital Kabul, a distance of 500 miles. Read More »

Book Review: The Prince of the Marshes – And Other Occupational Hazards of a Year in Iraq by Rory Stewart

This insight into occupied Iraq is a must read for people on either side of the political spectrum. Read More »

Rhode Island OB/GYN Removes Ovaries From Wrong Patient

The Rhode Island state medical board won’t discipline a prominent physician after she performed an oophorectomy intended for another patient with the same last name. Read More »

Alleged al-Qaida Letter Threatens to Bomb the Taj-Mahal

Indian authorities are examining a letter, possibly from an al-Qaida supporter, that promises a series of bombings at the 342 year-old monument. Read More »

Britain’s Ryanair Airlines Demands Reduction in Airline Security

The small commercial airline wants Britain to either lower its airline security measures or face a lawsuit. Read More »

JonBenet Ramsey’s Killer: “It was all an accident”

Thai and American authorities snagged an American teacher in Bangkok today who confessed to raping and murdering the six-year old beauty queen in 1996. Read More »

21 Kudos for Allah

I woke up this morning at 6:30 AM, only to learn via CBS that several Muslim terrorists were just arrested in the United Kingdom for planning a series of attacks on several commercial flights leaving Heathrow airport en route to the United States. My mind, fuzzy from sleep, completely cleared about 30 seconds into this newscast. Read More »

Book Review: That Day in September by Artie Van Why

Van Why recounts his frightening experiences as an ordinary citizen thrust into the front lines during the worst terrorist attack in America. Read More »

Keeping it Simple: Two Steps to Better Writing

Revising your entire piece at once can make you miss problem areas. Instead, take it easy, and tackle one issue at a time. Read More »