A new report from the Opposition to the California Marijuana Legalization Initiative has found that cultivating cannabis indoors may have serious health and economic impacts.
In a vote last week the United States Senate approved the nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to become the 112th justice of the Supreme Court.
Results of a recent University of Buffalo study provide further evidence that resveratrol—a plant extract commonly associated with red wine, grapes and blueberries—can reduce inflammation and help lower the risk of diabetes and heart disease in humans.
A 23-year-old illegal immigrant has been charged with drunken driving and involuntary manslaughter after a car crash in Virginia’s Prince William County that killed a nun and critically injured two others.
A new survey has found a strong support for the Tea Party movement as well as a significant following among self-identified Democrats.
A Federal judge in California has ruled that voter-approved proposition 8—which banned same-sex marriage—is unconstitutional and should be struck down.
Results of a new Australian study suggest that a child’s dietary habits may increase or reduce their risk of developing attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD).
A House subcommittee has accused Representative Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) of violating ethical standards by using her political influence to support a bank that had strong ties to her husband.
A ruling by New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission denied landmark status for a downtown building, opening the way for its demolition and the construction of a controversial Islamic center near the site of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Still lagging in the polls, Democratic Illinois Governor Pat Quinn has picked up an endorsement from a radical gun control organization.