In a hastily-called national television address, President Barack Obama announced that the most wanted man in the world, Osama bin Laden, had been brought to justice. He had been shot in the head by Navy Seal Team Six in a raid on a compound just north of Islamabad, Pakistan, Obama said.
The nation’s deadliest spree of tornadoes in nearly 40 years has left more than 300 people dead in the South.
Several States have bolstered their efforts to fight abortion after Federal lawmakers failed to defund Planned Parenthood earlier this month.
Privacy advocates have urged Federal lawmakers to investigate Apple following a report that the company keeps tabs on its users’ locations.
In addition to being low in calories and high in a variety of nutrients, broccoli may have the added benefit of helping patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) fight off lung infections, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University.
Economic growth in the United States has encountered a significant setback, according to a new report from the Commerce Department.
Lawmakers recently averted a government shutdown by agreeing on a continuing budget for fiscal year 2011, but they are already prepping for another showdown over Federal spending.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) has kicked off its annual convention in Pittsburgh, as approximately 70,000 members were expected to attend the four-day event.
Tennessee educators may soon be prohibited from discussing homosexuality in school. According to FOX News, the State Senate’s Education Committee approved legislation entitled Don’t Say Gay last week, which would ban public school teachers in grades K-8 from addressing homosexuality in school.
The U. S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) commissioned research to identify inadequacies in food assistance throughout the world.