Under doctors' orders, 3-year-old Landon Riddle began treatment for his leukemia: aggressive chemotherapy and radiation. But while still living in Utah, Sierra Riddle watched her little boy become violently ill from the chemotherapy.
This is my recent conversation with Joshua Sheats of the popular financial planning site RadicalPersonalFinance.com. Josh is currently working through a series on education, and he invited me to discuss public school history, agendas, and solutions and al
Alison Smith who has been in charge since June 2006 the of the animal-shelter is killing 95% of the 5000+ animals at the shelter - does not work with rescues, post pictures of the pets in need on the net or encourage volunteers or off-site adoptions
It's time for our national parks to Think Outside the Bottle. Acadia National Park has my full support to go bottled water free, phasing out sales as soon as possible. The park can promote and protect the environment by making clear that water
Ask Mexico's Minister of Environment and Natural Resources to protect Cabo Pulmo from massive development schemes that threaten this spectacular natural treasure, its fragile ecosystem and local communities.
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo space tourism craft has crashed in a California desert after experiencing what the company described as "a serious anomaly", The firm says the status of their pilots is "unknown at this time".
From the beginning, it was to be "Russia's Vietnam." First the administration of President Jimmy Carter, then that of President Ronald Reagan was determined to give the Soviet Union a taste of what the U.S. had gone through in its disastrous 14-year war
A new anti-animal cruelty bill in Singapore is poised to make history. If passed into law, the Animal and Birds Bill will amend the country's current animal welfare laws and strengthen penalties for crimes against animals.
A 61-year-old man was charged with animal cruelty when police inspected his previous property and found it in shambles. The animals that were recovered from the property were filthy, ill, and emaciated. It was obvious that these pets were severely neglect
Despite the fact that thousands of people wrote comments protesting the approval of issuing a license to a commercial fur farm in Montana, the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) Department has gone ahead and approved it anyway.
Just outside of Atlanta, Georgia you will find America's largest alligator leather tannery in the town of Griffin. American Tanning and Leather has been thriving in the wake of society's turn against fur.
Animal abuse cases are on the rise in Southwest Florida. Florida has struggled with animal cruelty for the past decade, but recent cases are getting even more serious. Not only is animal abuse and dog fighting more prevalent in Florida than in most other
An annual hunting competition in Idaho sees hundreds of wolves, coyotes, raccoons and jackrabbits killed by hunters. Currently, the United States Bureau of Land Management is considering whether or not to renew the contest's permit for another five years.
This year, animal rights advocates continue to campaign against an archaic Hindu festival that involves the slaughter of thousands of animals to appease the goddess of power. During the month-long festival this November,
A tiger living in a cramped Greek zoo is waiting for approval to be moved to an exotic animal rescue in California. Phevos, who survived a life in the Italian circus, just needs the approval of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service before he can be transport
When Dallas health care worker Nina Pham became infected with Ebola earlier this month, city officials vowed to keep her beloved dog, Bentley, safe under quarantine as a precaution in case he contracted the virus too.