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Researchers suspect that kudzu, a vine that covers millions of acres in the southeastern U.S., contains a compound that may be useful in treating metabolic syndrome, and may therefore become a source of valuable dietary supplements.
A newly released report from the Death Penalty Information Center has concluded that states could save hundreds of millions of dollars by abolishing the death penalty and diverting the funds to more effective anti‑violence programs.
In October, the Obama administration eased the long-standing marijuana policy which made its use subject to prosecution even in states where it was legal for medicinal purposes. Although the move was praised by many, there have also been critical voices, some of them coming from former administration officials.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has decided to begin developing open internet regulation, a move that is upsetting big internet providers such as AT&T, Verizon and Comcast.
According to new research, the beneficial antioxidant ingredients of green tea called catechins are better absorbed when the tea is mixed with lemon juice.
According to a new report, a natural extract which had previously been studied for its cancer-preventing benefits may enhance the value of conventional chemotherapy treatments.
While vitamin C is mainly known as an immunity-enhancing antioxidant, a new study from Denmark has found that babies deficient in the vitamin may be at an elevated risk for mental development and memory problems.
There’s a new kind of stampede taking place these days. This one is into Buffaloes. The new $50 American Buffalo gold coin from the U.S. Mint, that is. It seems fitting that, at the very time we are seeing gold setting record highs almost every day, the U.S. Mint is releasing the 2009 American Buffalo gold coins. The strength of these magnificent creatures is certainly reflected in the purity of the gold each coin contains.
The Senate voted 68-29 last week to expand the existing federal anti-hate crimes measure to include acts committed due to the victim’s gender and sexual identity.
The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly approved the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act of 2010 after it had been stripped of the provision to build an additional 700 miles of reinforced fencing along the southern border.