The annual gun-rights protest at the Illinois State Capitol Building will have two primary objectives this year.
Thousands of Americans have adamantly protested the budget reform proposal of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, a conflict that has drawn plenty of national attention. Some critics have argued that a lot of the media coverage is steeped in liberal bias.
A new poll shows that almost half of all Americans are either unaware of the status of President Barack Obama’s healthcare law or they think it has been repealed.
A total of 346 laws and resolutions related to immigration were approved by State lawmakers in 2010, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
A study that was recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that being either underweight, overweight or obese greatly increases chances of death in Asian people.
In a study of about 50 people with diabetes who experienced subsequent kidney problems, many felt surprised and regretful that they had not been adequately educated about the risks of renal failure or malfunction when they were diagnosed with the blood sugar disorder.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of an anti-gay church in Kansas that was sued for protesting the funeral of a United States Marine. The nation’s highest court upheld a Federal appeals court decision, which stated that the protesters were protected by the 1st Amendment’s freedom of speech clause.
In another sign that the United States economy is on the mend, the Labor Department has revealed that the national unemployment rate dropped to 8.9 percent in February, which is the lowest reading since April of 2009.
A majority of Americans disapprove of President Barack Obama’s handling of major political issues, which may not bode well for his re-election efforts in 2012.
Federal lawmakers have averted a government shutdown, at least for another two weeks. President Barack Obama signed a continuing budget on March 2 after the Senate approved the measure 91-9.