Although there has never been any data definitively linking genetically modified food to health problems, many scientists and nutritionists worry that messing with the genetic makeup of food could have adverse effects on the environment and the people who eat it.
In light of this, Californians will be voting on a Proposition 37 this November, which would require special labels on all genetically modified food.
Being a bridesmaid isn't just fun and games and matching dresses. It's a big responsibility, and it usually comes with a substantial commitment of time and money.
A bride-to-be whose name hasn't been revealed recently emailed out a lengthy missive to her ten potential bridesmaids, telling them exactly what would be required of them if they accepted her invitation to be in her wedding party. The demands were so outrageous that a tipster leaked the email to Gawker, and it has quickly gone viral.
Like most four-year-olds, Malcolm wants to be like his dad. Pops is an experienced off-road bike rider and, in the video above, little Malcolm gets the chance to take on the difficult Hellion track at Highland Mountain Bike Park in Northfield, New Hampshire.
Trampolines might seem like a fun way to keep kids entertained and in shape when they are at home. But according to an updated policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) their risks outweigh their benefits.
Do you ever wonder why some folks will actually wait in line for days for the release of a new product, mainly Apple's iPhone 5? Well, Youtube interview Sam Roberts got to the bottom of at least why one woman had camped out two days for the iPhone, and her reasoning will probably make your head hurt.
Tammy Cooper and her husband moved to their house on a cul-de-sac in a quiet La Porte, Texas neighborhood so they would have a safe place for their nine and six-year-old children to grow up.
And Cooper thought she was reaping the benefits of her suburban lifestyle as she sat on her lawn and watched her children play on their scooters. But this tranquility was interrupted when a police car pulled in front of her home and the officer approached her. Cooper asked him what he was here for. "We're here for you," he responded.
Chicago is in the midst of teacher strike that is affecting roughly 350,000 students.
There is some debate over whether the strike is permitted under Illinois law since the unions' list of grievances extends beyond pay and benefits -- which are the only issues they have the legal right to strike over.
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