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Hillary draws red line for reporters

July 3, 2015: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton listens to a reporter’s question as she waits for her ice cream at Dairy Twirl in New Hampshire. (AP)

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EXCLUSIVE: Mammoth federal hack part of broader campaign against the U.S., experts say

The spectacular hacking assault on the federal government’s Office of Personnel Management is just part of a broader, systematic campaign against the most valuable U.S. cyber-assets, public and private, that is ongoing and likely includes operations inside classified U.S. government… Continue reading

Why Tom Brady may have a strong case for a lawsuit against the NFL

If a new study from the American Enterprise Institute is correct, the Patriots and their quarterback Tom Brady are going to sue the NFL for defamation in the so-called “Deflate gate” scandal. The accusation that the Patriots had broken the… Continue reading

Rhodiola shows antidepressant benefits in new study

Rhodiola rosea, an herb deriving from Siberia and China, has shown benefits as an antidepressant agent in a recent study. Published in the March 15 edition of the journal Phytomedicine, Rhodiola was tested among 57 subjects suffering from mild to… Continue reading

African plant outlawed in US may offer treatment for addicts


When news surfaced that Scott Disick, the father of Kourtney Kardashian’s children, was in Costa Rica reportedly undergoing treatment for his hard-partying ways, iboga, an African plant used to treat addictions, was thrown into the spotlight. It’s not the… Continue reading

Cyclone Pam takes heavy toll on remote island of Vanuatu

South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, whose name means “land eternal.” (Chris Kilham)

In 1995, I made the first of dozens of trips to the remote South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, whose name means “land eternal.” At the time,… Continue reading

Washington state’s ObamaCare exchange faces funding shortfall

The Washington Health Benefit Exchange call center in Spokane is so busy that staffing has been quadrupled, with the center receiving up to 10,000 calls a day. The problem is not enough of those callers are actually signing up for… Continue reading

Psychedelics not linked to mental disorders, study finds

(Chris Kilham)

In the ever-changing health landscape, sometimes methods and medicines are vilified for a time, only to emerge anew, bolstered by science. Such is the case with psychedelics, those potent mind-manifesting drugs that caused a furor in the 1960s… Continue reading

Cannabis moderately impairs driving

FILE: Nov. 8, 2012: Marijuana plants flourish under the lights at a grow house in Denver. (AP)

With legalization of recreational cannabis now in three states and the District of Columbia, and with medical marijuana laws passed in 23 states,… Continue reading

Olive oil may prevent cancer, study finds

Olive oil, a staple of the Mediterranean diet and long hailed as a cardiovascular health enhancer, is now showing promise as a cancer preventive. That’s the exciting news from a recently published study in the scientific journal Molecular & Cellular… Continue reading