Federal lawmakers have gone back to butting heads following several days of bipartisan unity after the death of Osama bin Laden.
White House officials have confirmed that an executive order is being drafted that would force certain companies to disclose their political contributions.
As the nation’s obesity epidemic begins to affect children at an increasing rate, so does non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, an illness that can lead to cardiovascular disease and liver cirrhosis.
Individuals with allergies who struggle to find relief may soon be in luck, since German researchers have recently discovered that an extract derived from the butterbur plant may help alleviate allergy symptoms.
Oklahoma legislators have designated the nation’s first-ever 2nd Amendment Day to celebrate citizens’ right to keep and bear arms.
A compound that can be found in several common foods has been shown by University of Granada researchers to help control weight without calorie reduction as well as lower levels of fat in the blood.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has proposed a solution to Detroit’s economic woes: Send immigrants to the Motor City and put them to work.
Civil rights advocates and Tea Party members have expressed their disdain for a bill in Maine that would significantly expand the State’s DNA sampling procedures.
Political leaders have responded to the news of Osama bin Laden’s death by praising President Barack Obama and the United States military, as well as commemorating the victims of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
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.