Lost Tribes of Israel: Indian Families Make Aliya - Inside Israel - For nearly 2,700 years a tribe called the Bnei Menashe in India has maintained their Jewish roots. They believe they are part of the lost tribes of Israel, and now many are returning to their ancient homeland. - CBN News - Christian News 24-7 - CBN.com
"The proposed legislation would give “a little more direction” to judges, who would start with the premise that both parents are fit, but would also have access to all other court information, along with the history and background of the parents. “It’s a fairness issue,” she said, adding that fathers should have the same rights as mothers unless there’s a reason to consider otherwise."
tart-tongued Ann Richards, Governor of Texas from 1991 to 1995 come back to life, because of actress Holland Taylor in a new Broadway show, wrote and developed her own play. Richards underwent, from wife and mother, to an unlikely political powerhouse.Richards was a "A woman, a divorced woman, a 10-year sober alcoholic, and a Democrat no less, running for governor of macho, conservative Texas. Women can more than hold their own in the rough-and-tumble world of politics:
House GOP moves to slash funds for Obama priorities unless health care law is stripped of money - Congressional Republicans are moving to gut many of President Barack Obama’s top priorities with the sharpest spending cuts in a generation and a new push to hold government financing hostage unless the president’s signature health care law is stripped of money this fall.
Is Kathleen Hall Jamieson Transgender? Kathleen Hall Jamieson was born a female and is still a female. The rumor that she is transgender is false. Kathleen Hall Jamieson is the director of the University of Pennsylvania's Anneberg Public Policy Center. The center runs FactCheck.org a nonprofit that aims to reduce the confusion in U.S. politics. She has been analyzing debates for decades and explains that the best debate questions identify the differences and similarities between the…
An Associated Press investigation reports that a vast array of pharmaceuticals show up in the water of 41 million Americans. The drugs are concentrated in the water in tiny quantities, but some scientists worry that there could still be harmful effects for humans.