A prominent trade association for the firearms industry will launch an educational advertising campaign this week to coincide with its annual “fly-in” event in Washington, DC.
To no one’s surprise, President Barack Obama has announced that he will run for re-election in 2012.
Pure maple syrup contains double the amount of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds than food scientists previously thought, according to researchers at the University of Rhode Island.
At the behest of civil rights advocates, a female student in Illinois has been granted permission to wear a tuxedo to her high school prom.
The United States economy gained 216,000 jobs in March, pushing the national unemployment rate to its lowest level in two years.
Nothing gets people talking like the fear of dead babies, and that appears to be the goal of President Barack Obama’s administration heading into a showdown over Federal spending.
A suspected tornado has injured seven people and temporarily trapped a handful of residents in Florida.
They bite, they eat your plants, they invade your homes and they emit a horrible smell when crushed or smashed—and they’re showing up all across the United States.
A State Senate committee in Arizona has advanced a bill that calls for the removal of inscription panels from a Sept. 11 memorial.
Rats that ate a diet supplemented with oil extracted from the seeds of the Sterculia foetida tree not only lost belly fat but exhibited a decreased chance of developing diabetes, according to researchers at the University of Missouri.