The California Senate Judiciary Committee has approved legislation that would require government agencies to acquire a warrant before accessing consumers’ reading records.
The General Assembly chamber in Maryland has approved in-State college tuition reductions for illegal immigrants.
Vitamin A may play a key role in sperm production, central nervous system development and a host of other functions, according to recent research that was conducted at the Van Andel Research Institute in Michigan.
A town in the State of New York has agreed to lift an “art ban” in response to a lawsuit filed by a local artist.
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has officially announced his intentions to explore a Presidential bid.
Former Minnesota Governor and potential GOP Presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty will headline the third annual Tea Party tax day rally on April 15 in Boston.
While a survey of obese teens reflected that they felt physically healthy, medical tests revealed otherwise.
Several people have died from a record flood that has devastated areas surrounding the Red River in North Dakota and Minnesota.
Congressional leaders managed to stave off a government shutdown by striking an eleventh-hour deal on government spending for the remainder of fiscal year 2011.
Squealing on a superior has landed a Pennsylvania accountant a multi-million dollar award.