Brett Kavanaugh, Georgetown Prep school classmate Chris Garrett.

BREAKING: Former Scalia Law Clerk Drops Pictures and Evidence That Blows Christine Ford’s Case Wide Open

In superposition, photons can be both horizontally and vertically polarized — as illustrated by the famous Schrödinger's cat paradox, in which a cat in the quantum world could be both dead and alive.

For Tiny Light Particles, ‘Before’ and ‘After’ Mean Nothing

In this Friday, May 4, 2018 file photo migrants and refugees wait outside the European Asylum Support Service offices inside the camp of Moria on the northeastern Aegean island of Lesbos, Greece.

Slavery, sexual abuse and suicide: How Europe’s solutions to migration have created a humanitarian crisis.

As of today, the energies of the Democrats are directed at denying that fundamental requirement of American justice. They cannot be allowed to prevail.

Do Democrats Really Believe Christine Blasey Ford Doesn’t Have to Prove Her Claims?

All of the legal drama was caused by Belobaba’s ill-founded reasoning, not by Ford.

Court of Appeal rights Justice Belobaba’s wrong.

If Ford won’t agree to testify, hold the vote tomorrow as planned.

When someone is accused of criminal conduct, the burden is not supposed to be on the accused to convince us that it didn’t happen.

BRTP is directly addressing these cost drivers with a unique approach that combines the innovative platform developed by Sustainable Marine Energy Ltd., with inexpensive small and robust SCHOTTEL Instream Turbines (SITs).

Nova Scotia issues permit for new tidal energy project in Bay of Fundy.

It is estimated that by 2025 there will be one million people in the UK with dementia, and it is the thing over-60s fear most.

The pain of being misdiagnosed with Alzheimer’s is more common than we realize, doctors say.

Trudeau Liberals are barking up the wrong tree.

Tories slam ‘back door gun registry,’ e-petition collects tens of thousands of signatures.

Ontario’s top court ruled Wednesday that when voters go to the polls in Toronto Oct. 22, they will do so in a 25-ward election.

In fight over Toronto election, Ontario’s top court finds ‘unfair’ doesn’t equal ‘unconstitutional’.