Although the water levels of North Dakota’s Red River are subsiding, the danger has not passed yet with new storms in the forecast. Meanwhile, a health organization has offered tips on flood survival.
President Obama’s nominations for the commissioner and deputy chief of the Food and Drug Administration are pitting different groups against one another.
A new article has reviewed the benefits of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and their role in the prevention and treatment of the coronary artery disease (CAD).
Attorney General Eric Holder’s suggestion that some Guantanamo Bay detainees may be released in the U.S. or tried in American courts has led one politician to call it "an outrage confirming our worst fears."
The Libertarian Party of California has endorsed the proposed state measure that would replace the word "marriage" with "domestic partnership" throughout the California constitution and statutes.
Hormone replacement therapy to relieve menopausal symptoms has been increasingly discredited, and a special report recounts the ups and downs of the therapy over the years.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has endorsed a new plan to reduce violence along the U.S.-Mexico border but cautioned the policy should not come at the expense of interior surveillance and enforcement.
More than a third of 401(k) participants who are able to invest in target-date funds are doing so, according to a new EBRI report.
Vitamin D is known to promote bone health, especially in children and menopausal woman, but a new study has found it also boosts the immune system.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich has called on the government to return to capitalism’s basics by allowing failed companies to go into bankruptcy instead of pumping taxpayers’ money in to keep them afloat.
Following the AIG bonuses debacle, two prominent consumer advocates have called on Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner to resign.
NGOs are flocking to the area as North Dakota prepares for what may be unprecedented flooding.
An increasing number of Americans have insufficient levels of vitamin D, a new report has concluded.
Alaska’s Mount Redoubt has been erupting intermittently since Sunday causing cancelled flights and prompting state authorities to issue warnings and survival tips.
The administration unveiled a bank rescue plan yesterday that may cost more than $1 trillion and, according to one expert, ‘rob taxpayers.’
Among the few bright spots in the current economy are some tax breaks that homeowners may want to keep in mind during this tax filing season.
AstraZeneca and the FDA are facing criticism over antipsychotic drug Seroquel which numerous lawsuits allege causes metabolic disorders.
In these uncertain times many families may be looking for ways to keep themselves safe, and one website provides a comprehensive guide to the most recent wilderness and urban survival equipment.
In reaction to the bill that imposes a tax on bailed-out companies’ bonus recipients, a Republican congressman has said the move may be ‘legally questionable.’
Representative Luis Gutierrez (Democrat-Illinois) will visit 16 cities in the next few weeks to promote amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants.
Despite serious doubts about its safety, rivaroxaban is still being considered for approval by the FDA.
A new study suggests that peanut elimination or antihistamine drugs may soon be unnecessary because an alternative approach to treating peanut allergies has been showing promising results.
The spring transition marks the height of the flu season but a few dietary adjustments can make a big difference.