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  • March 15, 2019
    Chris Woodward

    Some DNA-testing firms are in cahoots with the feds

    DNA strandIt's a growing industry, with radio, television, and print ads to boot – but do you know where your DNA might be going after signing on with one of those genealogy companies?

  • March 11, 2019
    Charlie Butts

    More success with adult stem cells

    petri dish stem cell researchA cancer treatment using adult stem cells shows potential for also helping people with HIV.

  • March 09, 2019
    Charlie Butts

    Taxpayers funding mice 'humanized' by aborted babies?

    baby feetThe federal government is continuing to fund research on humanized mice – in spite of opposition from the Trump administration – and one pro-life activist explained the underlying reason why the controversial tax-funded experimentation persists.

  • March 01, 2019
    Charlie Butts

    Young congresswoman trotting out old arguments

    global warmingA noted expert on human population and its impact on the Earth says contrary to popular left-wing opinion, children are our future because they are important to our survival.

  • February 27, 2019
    Chris Woodward

    Climate alarmists – prophets they're not

    question mark confusionA senior U.N. official says entire nations have ten years to act on global warming or be wiped off the face of the earth by rising sea levels. It sounds like something in today's headlines, but that prediction was made for the year 2000 ... in 1989.

  • February 25, 2019
    Chris Woodward

    A 'fringe figure' who says plant food good for planet

    global warmingThere are more cheers and jeers for the Trump administration, this time over climate change and national security.

  • February 08, 2019
    Chris Woodward, Billy Davis

    The 'little green dream' kills the 747 but saves earth

    Green New Deal press conferenceIt's being described as progressive and ambitious, or laughable and silly, but the "Green New Deal" is definitely making headlines regardless of your views on fossil fuels, air travel, and cow flatulence. 

  • January 31, 2019
    Chris Woodward

    Cancer cure out of Israel? Not so fast, says U.S. researcher

    medical researchIsraeli scientists think they have a cure for cancer, one they say could be offered in a year's time. OneNewsNow spoke to another cancer researcher who isn't so sure about that.

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