Half of Americans endorse at least one medicine-based conspiracy theory. Why?
Cell-phone shields may do little to protect you -- and scientists say they're unnecessary. Continue reading →
It's not likely that Miranda Barbour really killed too many people to count. But why would she lie about it, and about her Satanic connections?
The fast-food chain Subway has agreed to remove a chemical from its bread, based on concerns from a blogger. But is it danger or hype? Continue reading →
The controversial MTV reality shows "16 and Pregnant" and "Teen Mom" have stirred up talk about sex education, safe sex, and being a teen parent. Are shows like these leading to abstinence and safe sex, or are they simply glamorizing teen moms?
Supreme Court Justice Scalia believes in Satan. And he's not alone. Continue reading →
A young man's mysterious story of living alone in the German wilderness captured the world's attention, and now he's been sentenced for fraud. Continue reading →
Singer Olivia Newton-John has asked a priest to rid a home she's trying to sell of any evil spirits. Continue reading →
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