A newly promoted senior gun rights activist has said the administration’s actions conflict with traditional American attitudes on life and the right to possess arms.
Those who suffer from digestive problems but do not want to take medications that may lead to unpleaseant side effect may find relief from an Ayurvedic herbal mix based on the Indian healing tradition.
Silver nanoparticles injected into the bloodstream may protect against blood clots in coronary artery disease, heart attack and stroke, according to new research.
A group of dozens of leading human rights groups has called on President Obama to release photos depicting the alleged abuse of detainees by U.S. personnel overseas.
The Supreme Court of South Carolina ruled yesterday that Governor Mark Sanford must accept the $700 million in federal stimulus money that was set aside for his state.
The Atlantic hurricane season started three days ago, and it may be useful to review some suggestions for staying safe during a violent storm.
Much has been said about the Washington-announced amnesty for holders of undeclared offshore assets, but one expert says the states’ offers may be more attractive.
According to a study conducted by Australian scientists, the Chinese meditative exercise known as tai chi may relieve joint pain in arthritis sufferers.
A major personality in the Republican Party has once again broken ranks on the issue of same-sex marriage stirring more conflict within the already divided GOP.
The National Inflation Association has issued new warnings about an impending rise in inflation and provided more suggestions about protecting families and assets in difficult times.
Researchers have announced a new naturally-derived drug has shown promise in treating a highly malignant form of brain tumor known as glioblastoma multiforme.
A new survey of government managers has indicated the bad economy is altering retirement plans among state and local government employees as a vast majority of those eligible to retire stay on the job.
A University of Iowa law professor has written about whether or not government should be involved in regulating marriage.
Cognitive therapy such as meditation may be effective in the management of urinary incontinence in women, new research has found.
The nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the U.S. Supreme Court has provoked a barrage of criticism from President Obama’s opponents, but some have cautioned the GOP against taking a tough line.
An abortion doctor has been shot and killed Sunday at a Kansas church where he served as an usher.
White tea is being hailed as a possible solution to the obesity problem after experiments have shown its extract helps regulate fat tissue metabolism.
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.