Personal Liberty News Desk Archive
Microsoft has told European privacy advocates that it is willing to agree to hold on to web searchers’ records for a shorter period of time, as long as its competitors follow suit.
Children attending hundreds of schools across the U.S. may be breathing in air polluted with dangerous carcinogens, a new report claims.
The U.S. government is currently pulling out all the stops in order to give the economy a much-needed boost in the midst of the recession – yet some experts say there are few signs the measures are working.
Medical professionals are insistent that the flu shot is crucial for their patients – then why do only 40 percent of doctors get the shot themselves?
The salaries of chief executives at top U.S. companies continued to rise last year – even at companies that have since failed or floundered, according to new data.
It is a desperate time for U.S. automakers, who are collectively asking for tens of billions of dollars in bailout money from the government.
Federal law enforcement officials claim that the power to search travelers’ laptops without reasonable cause allows them to potentially nab terrorists, those who possess child pornography and other threats to the U.S.
Many people already take prescription drugs to help focus their minds, so why shouldn’t healthy people also be allowed to do so legally?
The number of American households facing foreclosure has risen to a record high, according to statistics from the Mortgage Bankers Association.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is not adequately protecting American children from toxic chemicals in toys, according to the claims of a new lawsuit.