A Federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit that challenges the government’s observance of National Day of Prayer, which is set for May 5 this year.
In the wake of a Congressional budget standoff and military action in Libya, President Barack Obama’s approval ratings have fallen to near-record lows.
Nearly half of American households did not pay a Federal income tax this year, according to the Tax Policy Center.
Several hundred Tea Party supporters gathered on the Boston Common on April 15 to send a message to the Federal government: Don’t tread on me.
Vegetarians and locavores — people who eat only locally-produced food — now have a new argument to support their lifestyle.
Two former Presidential candidates have teamed up to champion legislation promoting consumer privacy on the Internet.
A total of 241 tornadoes swept across 14 States this past week, killing at least 45 people, and injuring hundreds.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has clarified a State law regarding gun possession in places of worship, saying that the 2nd Amendment grants citizens the right to carry a firearm for personal protection.
Individuals at risk for stroke also appear to have an increased chance of developing age-related cognitive decline, according to researchers from the University of California.
Arizona lawmakers have approved a bill that would require Presidential candidates to prove they are natural born citizens of the United States before their names are placed on state ballots.