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Obama administration’s popularity declines

A new Harris Interactive poll has suggested the initial excitement at America’s new president seems to be wearing off and people are starting to express discontent.

Coyers’s wife accepted bribes, resigns from city council

Democratic Congressman John Coyers’ wife, Monica, has handed in her letter of resignation from Detroit’s City Council amid corruption allegations.

Supreme Court rules Connecticut can’t scrap test

Sonia Sotomayor, President Obama’s nominee to be the next Supreme Court justice, has found her opinion overruled today on the constitutionality of a New Haven job discrimination case.

How may vitamin D deficiency lead to cancer?

Scientists have proposed a model that attempts to explain the long-established empirical link between vitamin D deficiency and a higher cancer risk.

CCRKBA warns about Seattle mayor’s gun agenda

Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) has expressed concerns about the election of Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels as the new president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors due to his anti-gun stance.

Law would boost gays’ job security

Lawmakers have introduced a draft law that would prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.

Report: ‘Authorized generics’ contribute to market distortion

A new report from the Federal Trade Commission has said "authorized generics" lead to pharmaceutical companies striking deals at the expense of patients.

Government and pharma reach Medicare drugs deal

The White House has announced a deal reached over the weekend with pharmaceutical companies that will lead to lower medication costs for the elderly and the disabled.

DC changes handgun laws

In order to avoid a lawsuit, the Washington DC government has issued new regulations that expand the number of models of handguns that residents can own.

Switzerland appears to succumb to pressure on banking regulations

Media reports have suggested Switzerland is close to an agreement on double taxation with the U.S. and Germany as pressure has been mounting on the country to relax its banking secrecy laws.

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