Published November 04, 2011
Singer Daltrey has been putting the spotlight on the issue for decades in the United Kingdom through his work with the Teen Cancer Trust and is hoping to bring those successes to America.
Published August 17, 2011
The "FBI Child ID" app helps build a full database on a child that parents can keep stored in their iPhones. The agency hopes its new free iPhone app will provide instant and vital information for parents to share with police in the event of an emergency.
Published August 12, 2011
City dwellers looking for a unique and rustic vacation destination are packing up their bags and heading for the country to become camping farmers for a week.
Published June 17, 2011
The 32nd annual Antique Truck Club of America show is under way in Macungie, Pa., with more than 10,000 truck enthusiasts from all over the world expected to marvel at the magnificent antique commercial vehicles on display throughout the weekend
Published June 15, 2011
More veterans than ever are seeking help from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. From 2002 to 2009, 1 million troops left active duty in Iraq or Afghanistan. Nearly half come in for VA services and 48% of that group are diagnosed with a mental health problems.
Published June 01, 2011
$102 million dollars. That's how much New Jersey taxpayers just ponied up to move one well-known electronics company nine miles down the road.
Published May 10, 2011
As public concern over a "Fukushima type event" continues to fester in the communities surrounding the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant in Buchanan, New York, local lawmakers and members of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission are keeping a vigilant eye on the double domed plant that sits along the Hudson River.
Published April 21, 2011
Americans are worried about the safety of nuclear power plants in the U.S. following the Fukushima accident in Japan and residents living near New York's two-reactor Indian Point plant are no exception. The facility, which sits along the Hudson River in the village of Buchanan just 24 miles north of the New York City line has been a big worry for many neighbors.
Published March 30, 2011
On September 11th 2001, the United Flight 93 crash site was the first battlefield in the war on terror. Ten years later, the wounded landscape near Shanksville, Pennsylvania will become the site of a national memorial honoring those who fought and died aboard that flight. This month, they urged members of Congress to approve an additional $3.7 million in funding for the memorial
Published February 28, 2011
More than 28-hundred significant gas pipeline accidents have been recorded across the country since 1990 - a third of them causing deaths and significant injuries.