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Repeal Of DADT Passes House, Heads To Senate

The House of Representatives has voted to overturn the ban on openly gay and lesbian soldiers serving in the military, and it appears as though the Senate may pass the bill as well. 

DeMint Backs Off His Threat To Delay START Treaty Debate

Senator Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) has dropped his threat to employ delay tactics in order to block passage of the United States’ nuclear arms treaty with Russia. 

Cheese May Be Key To Avoiding Zinc Deficiency In 1 Year Olds

Getting the right amount of nutrients is important for infants, especially for those who were breastfed when they were younger. 

Tax Cut Package Easily Passes Senate

The Senate overwhelmingly voted in support of a $858 billion tax cut package on Dec. 15, which sends the bill to an uncertain fate in the House of Representatives. 

Conservative Group Backed By GOP In Open Letter Calling For Civil Debate

A host of Republican leaders have signed an open letter by the Family Research Council (FRC), which defended its First Amendment rights following a character attack by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). 

Acupuncture Therapy May Cure Lazy Eye In Older Children, Researchers Say

Amblyopia is a vision problem that affects millions of children all over the world. Many affected adolescents are self-conscious because of the physical abnormalities associated with some cases, while others may suffer in school because of their vision impairments. 

Obama Not Discouraged By Federal Judge’s Ruling On Healthcare Law

President Barack Obama is confident that key aspects of his healthcare law will survive, even after a Federal judge in Virginia ruled that the individual-mandate provision was unconstitutional. 

Add Whey Protein To Your Drink For Better Heart Health

Individuals who are trying to lower their blood pressure and improve their heart health may be able to do so without having to resort to medications that often cause side effects. 

Approval Of Tax Cut Extensions In Senate Would Put Pressure On House

The Senate is expected to approve the tax cuts package negotiated by President Barack Obama and Republican leaders, which will put pressure on the House of Representatives to pass the legislation before the Bush-era tax breaks expire on Dec. 31. 

Holbrooke’s Death Leaves Void In Obama’s Afghan Strategy

The United States lost one of its most respected diplomats on Dec. 13 with the passing of Richard Holbrooke. 


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