More Americans are turning to alternative therapies. According to Physician’s Weekly, although most people surveyed said that they would still use prescription medications to treat common disorders, an estimated 75 percent reported that they currently use alternative treatments, such as yoga and acupuncture.
The jobs stimulus plan that President Barack Obama has put forth as a solution to the nation’s economic woes contains tax increases that begin in 2013, and may continue to last through the rest of the decade.
The Solyndra debacle that has come to light in the past week in the wake of the solar company’s bankruptcy has seen the rise of new developments that may implicate the Administration of President Barack Obama for pushing the loan despite negative information about the business.
The price of gold rose again as European debt struggles continued and industry experts predicted record levels for the metal over the next several years.
A team of FBI agents executed search warrants at the California headquarters of Solyndra LLC, a company that was awarded more than $500 million in Federal stimulus loans in 2009. The search warrants were issued following a joint investigation by the FBI and the Energy Department.
A Federal judge in New York has upheld the State’s law concerning an individual having to show a necessity for self-protection in order to obtain a license to carry a handgun.
House Republicans who are angry with the government’s dispute with Boeing about labor practices are taking up a bill to prevent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) members from interfering.
The chief executive of the Gibson Guitar Corporation has targeted President Barack Obama for being anti-business and an obstacle to job creation due to the impact that the current Administration has had on his company.
President Barack Obama delivered a speech about the state of the economy that outlined a potential plan for how to spark growth and create jobs with $450 billion more from the American taxpayers.
While the U.S. is struggling to recover from the 2008 recession and unemployment figures remain over 9 percent, members of Congress are doing quite well financially. The top 50 lawmakers are worth a combined $1.6 billion, The Hill reported.