President Barack Obama has fielded heavy criticism in recent days after the United States joined an international military campaign against Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty has become the first high-profile candidate to announce his intentions to run for the 2012 Republican Presidential nomination.
Researchers at the University of Gothenburg have conducted a study which suggests that an individual’s lifestyle has more of an impact on their life expectancy than how long their parents lived.
Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) who consumed diets of whole, hypoallergenic foods like rice, carrots, turkey and lettuce for four weeks experienced significantly reduced symptoms when compared to counterparts who ate what they wanted.
The House of Representatives has approved a bill to end Federal funding to National Public Radio (NPR).
Tea Party favorite Sharron Angle will make another bid for Congress next year, but this time she’s aiming for a seat in the House of Representatives.
Libyan officials have declared an immediate ceasefire following a United Nations Security Council resolution calling for a no-fly zone over the embattled country.
With nuclear fallout from the damaged Japanese nuclear reactors reaching the West Coast of the United States, many are wondering what steps they can take to protect themselves.
Sources have confirmed that very low levels of radiation have been detected on the United States’ west coast. It is believed that the particles are from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant, which was severely damaged by the recent tsunami.
An Oregon school bus driver was fired earlier this month because he refused to remove a Confederate flag from the back of his pickup truck. On March 17, he filed a lawsuit against his former employer claiming that the termination is a violation of his free speech rights.