Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) believes that the Tea Party is a fad that will fade when the United States’ economy improves.
Previous studies have found that the natural act of breastfeeding can help babies thwart allergies, illness and infection. A new study reveals that infants who are nursed by their mothers are also more likely to develop stronger leg muscles than babies who receive formula.
The nation’s unemployment rate in December reached its lowest levels since May 2009, but many economists said that the latest report from the United States Labor Department is a mixed blessing.
President Barack Obama’s administration has announced that businessman William Daley, who served as the former commerce secretary under President Bill Clinton, will be the next White House Chief of Staff.
President Barack Obama is not giving up on Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Peter Diamond, who has again been nominated to serve on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
State lawmakers are pushing for the Supreme Court to re-evaluate what they believe is an "erroneous" interpretation of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution.
The Tea Party’s rising influence in Congress was on display Jan. 6 as the GOP-led House of Representatives staged a complete reading of the United States Constitution.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs has confirmed that he will leave his post at the end of January, the latest in a series of shakeups in President Barack Obama’s staff.
Senior years are the time when many individuals reach for pills in order to stave off high cholesterol or maintain their bone strength. However, these therapies can come with side effects and researchers are increasingly suggesting that alternative approaches may be effective while also being safer.
As 2011 gets under way, many people have resolved to lose weight in the new year. One expert advises that those hoping to shed unwanted pounds should try approaching weight loss on a step-by-step basis.