New study shows aspirin use can cut the risk of some kinds of cancer

April 19, 2015, 6:09 PM|Aspirin is known to help reduce the risk of heart disease, but now a new study says long-term, regular aspirin use can substantially cut the risk of some kinds of cancer. New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center’s Dr. Heather Yeo tells us more. Article source: http://feeds.cbsnews.com/~r/CBSNewsHealth/~3/iid-hnUD6pU/

​Bill Flanagan doesn’t subscribe to new ideas of ownership

Verizon announced this past week a plan to unbundle some cable TV services, to let customers pick and choose their channels. Be careful what you wish for, says our contributor Bill Flanagan: The bane of life in the 21st century is the rise of the subscription service. I don’t mean magazines; I mean all the […]

​Bob Schieffer on the good cops

I’ve always said the great thing about being a reporter is the adventure — getting to talk to the people who make the news, seeing things with your own eyes that other people see only through the eyes and lens of others. And I’ve always said the best training to be a reporter (or anything […]

Let It Go! NY dad fighting spring temps in attempt to save snowman

Mike Fregoe is trying to save the snowman he built in January. (MyFOXNY) A New York man is trying to save a snowman he created in January, refusing to let go of winter as spring temperatures climbed into the mid-’70s, CBS-TV reported. Mike Fregoe, 50, of Massapequa Park, Long Island, set up a “Save Our […]

20 years later, Oklahoma City bombing victims try to move on – $10M upgrade to memorial and museum marks 20th anniversary of Oklahoma City bombing

In this May 3, 2001, file photo, a view from the plaza overlooking the Oklahoma City National Memorial site is seen. There are 168 chairs, one for each of the victims killed in the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building April 19, 1995. (AP Photo/J. Pat Carter) OKLAHOMA CITY –  The Oklahoma City […]

FBI reportedly overstated forensic hair matches in most trials before 2000

The Justice Department and FBI have reportedly acknowledged that nearly every examiner in the FBI Laboratory’s microscopic hair comparison unit gave flawed testimony in almost all trials where they offered evidence against criminal defendants over more than 20-year period before 2000. The Washington Post, citing information from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and […]

Virginia college student charged in roommate’s murder

Steven Vander Briel (MyFoxDC.com) A Virginia college student was charged with first-degree murder and abduction Saturday after his roommate was found dead.  According to MyFoxDC.com, Grace Rebecca Mann, 20, was found unconscious Friday in a Fredericksburg, Va., house by two female roommates.   ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Another roommate, University of Mary Washington student Steven Vander Briel, […]

TODD’S AMERICAN DISPATCH: University detains veteran who stopped American flag desecration

By Todd Starnes, Fox News An Air Force veteran was hauled away in handcuffs and detained by campus security at Valdosta State University in Georgia after she stopped protesters from desecrating an American flag. Michelle Manhart admits that she snatched Old Glory from a group of demonstrators who put the flag on the ground and […]

Beat Hillary? Dems outline potential path to win 2016 WH nomination

Three potential candidates considered among the most likely to challenge Hillary Clinton’s juggernaut campaign to become the Democratic Party’s 2016 nominee for president expressed confidence Sunday about defeating her, each outlining potential paths to victory. Sen. Bernie Sanders, Independent-Vermont, questioned whether Clinton or any 2016 GOP presidential candidate would challenge Wall Street for the middle […]

SERIOUS CONCERNS Secret Service scrutinized after gyrocopter incident

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, said Sunday that Secret Service officials will talk to panel members this week about the gyrocopter that recently landed on the lawn at Capitol Hill. The Utah Republican said agency officials will “brief” members, Washington parlance for a closed-door meeting, four days […]

‘AWAITING AN APOLOGY’ Mom of slain Navy SEAL writes to Gen. Dempsey

This Aug. 20, 2014 file photo shows Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey speaking at Madison Square Garden in New York. (AP) Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey responded to reports that Ramadi, Iraq is on the verge of an Islamic State today by describing Ramadi as “not symbolic in any way.” In […]

WORTH TAXPAYER $$? Okla., Congress take aim at wind energy credits

FILE: Undated: Wind turbines in Vermont. (AP) Just outside the small farming community of Tuttle, Okla., the 262-foot-tall wind turbines that dot the horizon are welcome additions — providing millions of dollars in additional income to farmers and landowners. The roughly 188 wind turbines erected since 2010 have generated more than $22 million in leases and […]