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A new Rasmussen poll has found only 39 percent of Americans believe the country needs stricter gun laws, according to the Citizen’s Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA).
An African plant with highly regarded medicinal properties has been threatened with extinction, but researchers around the globe are coming together to preserve its unique compounds for natural medicine.
Compounds found in abundance in grape seeds and red wine have been known to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, and new studies are seeking ways to enhance the value of their delivery.
A new survey released by Bankrate, a network of companies providing information about personal finance, has shown a majority of working Americans plan to stay on the job as long as they can during retirement age.
In the final days before the Senate Finance Committee’s vote on its healthcare reform proposal, the group America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) has issued a report saying insurance premiums will increase if the proposal is passed.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has released a report detailing what it calls "the unscrupulous methods" used by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) to discredit organizations advocating enforcement of U.S. immigration laws.
Even though the U.S. is grappling with a multitrillion dollar federal budget deficit, senators have approved a Pentagon spending bill worth $636 billion, which includes $2.7 billion in earmarks.
Late last month, the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee said the economy was improving, but kept the benchmark interest rate target at all-time lows, a move that has drawn criticism from the National Inflation Association (NIA).
New research has uncovered the scientific basis of ancient Chinese herbal formulas that have been shown to improve cardiovascular health.
After falling to near $700 last November, gold rose again past $1,000 last month prompting some to predict the end of the U.S. dollar’s reign, while others have warned about a growing bubble.