Personal Liberty News Desk Archive
More than 20 victims of foodborne illnesses gathered in Washington DC to call for better consumer protection.
Folic acid, also known as vitamin B9, may suppress allergic reactions and alleviate the severity of allergy and asthma symptoms, according to a new study.
Americans United for Life (AUL) has expressed its disappointment with the decision of the Oklahoma governor to veto a bill which would have banned destructive embryonic research.
In the face of an uncertain economy, and the government’s efforts to tighten gun control, gun and ammunition sales are rising.
As the recession continues, it may be useful to review a few steps that may help protect individuals’ financial assets during this difficult time.
New research has shown that most Catholics who have heard about the issue support President Obama’s visit to Notre Dame, but significant divisions exist between the most-observant Catholics and those who are less observant.
Acupuncture may offer hope to some 80 percent of the people who receive general anesthesia and experience severe nausea as a result, according to a new study.
Patients treated with radiation for head and neck cancer often experience severe dry mouth (xerostomia), but new research shows biweekly acupuncture may bring relief.
With over 77 percent of events reporting, Pajamas TV has announced 935,000 people attended the nationwide tax day tea party protests.
A Swiss bank at the center of U.S. tax authorities’ investigation into secret offshore accounts has asked a U.S. court to reject demands by the IRS for confidential information about its American clients.