Published June 05, 2013
The 90 percent apprehension goal set by Senate and House bills seeking to rein in illegal immigration while establishing a path to citizenship for those crossing into the U.S. from Mexico is based on fuzzy math, according to critics.
Published May 30, 2013
Regulators and worry that an unregulated Bitcoin market could lead to money laundering and tax evasion. What would a Bitcoin exchange have to do to be legal?
Published May 09, 2013
A spate of high-profile shootings has left Americans with the perception that gun crimes are on the rise, but a new study shows the opposite is true, according to a study.
Published April 11, 2013
Four more F-16 fighter jets are heading for Egypt as part of a foreign aid package, as critics say the military aid should stop
Published March 29, 2013
More than $1 billion worth of a digital currency known as "bitcoins" now circulate on the web – an amount that exceeds the value of the entire currency stock of small countries like Liberia, Bhutan, and 18 others.
Published March 26, 2013
One of a handful of Colorado sheriffs who oppose several gun control bills working their way through the state legislature claims lawmakers are threatening the salaries of sheriffs to punish them for their position.
Published February 13, 2013
At a UN conference in December, 89 countries voted in favor of international government regulation of the Internet. Now, the FCC fears the UN may look to further regulate in 2014.
Published February 01, 2013
The Earth has been getting warmer -- but how much is due to greenhouse gas emissions, and how much is due to natural causes?
Published January 28, 2013
A preliminary draft of a report by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was leaked to the public earlier this month, and climate skeptics say it contains new evidence that IPCC models have overestimated global warming from 1990 to 2011.
Published January 23, 2013
Critics are blasting a draft U.N. climate change report that combines studies by advocacy groups like the World Wildlife Fund and Greenpeace alongside scientific research papers -- the same issue that led independent auditors to slam the U.N.'s last report.