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A group of whistleblowers, including a number of aviation experts, have come forward in a new documentary to claim that the official explanation for the crash of TWA Flight 800 was wrong and a gas tank explosion did not bring down the flight off the coast of Long Island 17 years ago.
The decision by the American Medical Association could have implications for health care companies and the pharmaceutical industry.
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The possibilities when it comes to marketing meat made from marijuana-fed animals are close to endless, but the man who came up with the idea has decided to simply call them “Pot Pigs.” William von Scheneidau, owner and founder of BB Ranch in Seattle, didn&rsquo …
Less than a day after Walter Lee Williams was placed on the FBI's Most Wanted list, the alleged sexual predator was caught in a Mexican resort town, the FBI said today.
A body found in Lake Michigan has been identified as missing Chicago student Austin LaPore, authorities said.
From the blog The Lookout: The producers of an upcoming documentary on TWA Flight 800—which exploded and crashed into the waters off of Long Island on July 17, 1996, killing all 230 people on board—claim to have proof that an explosion outside the Paris-bound flight caused the crash. And six former investigators who took part in the film want the [...]
Skeptics who have long theorized that TWA Flight 800 was brought down by sinister forces will get a fresh surge of energy when a documentary is released in July.
A police dog died of heat stroke after being left in a patrol car in Woodstock, Georgia, authorities said Tuesday.