Retired Army Brigadier General John “Doc” Bahnsen, Jr isn’t shy about his love for America or his willingness to fight for her.
The latest zombie apocalypse movie comes from an unusual source — military veterans with little to no filmmaking experience.
Food & Drink
Dogs can now hang out with their owners at many Georgia restaurants without fear of getting bitten by state health inspectors.
For younger generations, “care packages” are shipments of treats and gifts parents send their children while they’re away at camp or college.
What if a supermajority of states could override a federal law or Supreme Court ruling? That’s just one idea being proposed by advocates of a “convention of states” to amend...
Scientists on the frontlines of the Zika virus battle are closing in on the mosquito-borne illness from multiple angles.
Federal health officials are recommending men who have traveled to countries with Zika activity use condoms or abstain from sex to avoid spreading the virus to their pregnant...
In the middle of winter, Matt Brill is getting an unprecedented number of calls.
For middle and high school students, increased exposure to advertising for e-cigarettes parallels the increased use of the devices by kids, according to a new “Vital Signs”...
A prominent Southern Baptist minister says Christians have a biblical duty to assist Syrian refugees, despite concerns over terrorism.