Universal health care coverage makes minimum standards necessary

By: Joseph Hight Article Reprint On Saturday ABC News published an Associated Press report that insurance industry experts estimate about 14 million people, or 5 percent of the total market for health care coverage, buy individual policies. Under Obamacare, some of these policy holders are at risk of needing to change their coverage. Many Continue Reading

Myanmar ‘God’s Army’ twins reunite, seek comrades

By THANYARAT DOKSONE and GRANT PECK Article Reprint SANGKHLABURI, Thailand (AP) — When they were kids, Johnny and Luther Htoo were bulletproof and invulnerable to land mines — or so went the story that briefly made them famous as hundreds of guerrillas followed and even worshipped them in the southeastern jungles Continue Reading

Miriam Carey and Marlon Horton: Police Misconduct and the Pain for the Families

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer When I first heard about the shooting on Capitol Hill on October 3rd, my initial thoughts was that it was some political zealot who was upset about the government shutdown and decided to take matters in his own hands.  My assumption was partly based on Continue Reading