Amid the growing sings of power from big spending and big government opponents, the National Inflation Association (NIA) has been flexing its political muscle by appealing to its members to contact a national TV network to support a Tea Party candidate.
Ever since Congress passed the healthcare reform last March, many states have been trying to sue the Federal government or vowing to pass their own legislation to block the overhaul. Last week, Lousiana has become the latest state to do so.
Over the last decade, rice consumption in the United States has skyrocketed. However, people who eat daily portions of milled white rice may not be receiving the health benefits that they had once assumed.
As the Federal government tries to mount a legal challenge to the controversial Arizona immigration law, a new poll has found that a majority of Americans continue to support the measure, in line with some of the early polls that were conducted shortly after it was passed in April.
Women who take moderate doses of vitamin D and calcium supplements are not at any additional risk of having abnormally high coronary artery calcium (CAC) scores, a new study has found.
Representative Joe Barton (R-Texas) was heavily criticized from both sides of the aisle last week for publicly apologizing to BP chief Tony Hayward.
President Obama addressed the nation last week, nearly two months after the catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico began, but a new survey shows Americans gave him a low mark for his effort.
Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) openly questioned the character of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan last week, accusing the former Harvard Law School dean of being a hypocrite for not speaking out against the university’s acceptance of a $20 million donation from a Middle Eastern country that punishes homosexuality.
Despite the call by some watchdog groups for Congress to expedite the passing of the DISCLOSE Act, the legislation has come under increasing fire from conservative organizations, including gun rights advocates.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton surprised many—including the Justice Department and the White House—by recently declaring on an overseas news program that the Federal government will sue the state of Arizona over its controversial new immigration law.