Archive for May, 2009
Retirements funds cut in half, jobs lost, rising unemployment and reduced spending are the norm for U.S. citizens. But the Federal government is increasing payroll, and elected politicians have not lost a dime of their retirement savings. Read this article to learn what it all means…
A California scientist has been arguing there is a good reason to conduct more in-depth research on the possible causative link between vitamin D levels and the development of Alzheimer’s disease.
President Obama’s decision to close the Guantanamo Bay prison has put the future of its detainees in the spotlight, and a political battle is on the horizon over the issue of bringing some of the terrorist suspects to the U.S. for trial.
In the days since President Obama has announced Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, a variety of conservative groups have expressed their reservations.
The Illinois CPA Society has provided advice on how to stay out of debt during challenging economic times.
A new study has suggested women who take folic acid for at least one year before they become pregnant may reduce their risk of having a premature baby by half.
As Texas lawmakers passed a bill which allows concealed weapons on state college campuses, a coalition of Louisiana higher education institutions has vowed to push back against similar laws in their state.
The Internal Revenue Service has said it is expanding its audit efforts among rich individuals and companies with foreign operations in an effort to enhance its enforcement.
A partnership that has been announced between scientific research centers from Mexico and China aims to explore a role of herbal medicines in containing the outbreak of the H1N1 flu.