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Despite assurances from the seafood industry, consumers are a bit worried about the safety of fish.
More than 23 million kids in this country ride a school bus every day. They're considered the safest way to get children to school, but a national report shows there's plenty of room for improvement.
Single ladies, if you think men don't have a clue, meet Jason Illian. This former contestent on The Bachelorette debunks the myths and misconceptions about relationships.
Why do sex predators like this Web site? Here's a warning for children and parents..
Medical reports have assaulted the public about whether seafood is healthy or not for years. Tuesday the government tried to clear that up…
John Ashcroft recently talked with Pat Robertson about post-9/11 and his book 'Never Again.'
A study out today says side impact airbags can reduce driver death by 37 percent.
In the wake of the latest school shooting rampage in Pennsylvania, officials across America are taking a fresh look at school safety...
Mega-churches may be a thing of the past. The Dales of House2House are changing the way we go to church by taking it back to basics.
Residents of Gaffney, South Carolina, are awaiting the building of a nuclear power plant, which many hope will boast the economy of their small town. However, some are still concerned with safety issues.
The leader of Hezbollah has declared America the enemy. Many Arabs and Muslims in America openly support Hezbollah.
Dr. Pat Robertson teaches on Psalm 91
A national poll taken in October shows a third of shoppers will buy fewer toys this year because of safety recalls.
Animal expert Joan Embery introduces Terry to a few of her closest friends as they discuss how to care for our furry and feathered family members.
Photographer and veteran storm chaser Jim Reed says he is no adrenaline junkie. He's a man with a mission.
While Americans worry about the safety of Chinese products, in China, the ‘Made-in-USA’ label is enjoying widespread popularity.
Four months have passed since a student went on a shooting rampage and killed 32 people at Virginia Tech. As the fall semester begins, safety is on the minds of parents and students alike.
When Lonna Vopat was a child, she suffered unthinkable abuse at the hands of family members and friends. As a teen, she dated men that beat her up. So it’s not surprising that by the time she was in college, she wanted to end her life.