Personal Liberty News Desk Archive
Although supporters of immigration say aliens do work that Americans do not want to do, new studies have shown this may not be the case.
New research suggests nearly 70 percent of children in the U.S. have low levels of vitamin D, which may put them at risk for bone and heart problems later in life.
Senator Arlen Specter’s town hall meetings on healthcare may have been disrupted like those of many other Democrats, but he has stressed his support for the reform is not unconditional.
Swiss bank UBS and the U.S. Justice Department have reached an agreement regarding the release of information on some 52,000 accounts held by American banking clients, according to media reports.
Seniors may be interested in a new study which suggests the onset of the much-feared age-related macular degeneration (AMD) may be delayed or prevented by supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids.
In a sign that the housing market may be recovering, the National Association of Realtors’ new poll suggests improvement may be on the horizon for homebuyers and homeowners alike.
U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday as the Federal Reserve announced its decision to keep interest rates unchanged.
For older overweight women who suffer from type 2 diabetes, new research has found that including two kinds of dietary oils in their diet may help them manage their weight.
A second study in less than a month has drawn attention to the fact that despite asset gains in July pension plans still experienced a decline.
In an effort to dispel what he sees as misconceptions about the proposed healthcare reform, President Obama addressed a town hall meeting in New Hampshire on Tuesday.