Personal Liberty News Desk Archive
With something as serious as your health at stake, you might expect doctors to be able to look at medical research data and produce meaningful results for patients.
An increasing number of older people are looking to reverse mortgages to boost their cash flow in retirement, according to new figures from a trade group.
A new poll reveals a shifting attitude about the role of big government in helping the U.S. out of the credit crunch.
Just a few years ago, men and women on the cusp of retirement may have been feeling very good about their nest egg.
Some studies have suggested that the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) could be linked to a number of different health problems, ranging from heart disease to cancer, even in low doses.
President Bush has described the government’s bailout plan – decried by some as meddling in the free market – as an "essential short-term measure" to free up credit and unfreeze the economy.
New Hampshire hospitals that are guilty of serious errors may soon be required to report these missteps to the public, under a new law that is under consideration in the state.
Privacy and civil liberty concerns have been raised about the way that the city of Santa Rosa, California manages the data it collects about residents.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain may propose some tax cuts that could inject life into the listless economy, one of his advisors has suggested.
It seems that the current credit crisis has eroded many Americans’ confidence in financial institutions and the government’s ability to set monetary policy.