A watchdog group has reiterated its plea that the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) investigate the U.S. Chamber of Commerce following an insider’s allegation of fraud and recent accusations involving the group’s use of foreign aid to help fund conservative political campaigns.
A nonprofit organization has criticized the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for boasting inaccurate illegal immigrant removal statistics.
Some recent polls suggested that President Barack Obama’s approval ratings were inching back up into positive territory, but this may all change after the employment report published on Oct. 8 showed the labor market has suffered another month of poor performance.
The week of Oct. 3-9 has been marked as National Fire Prevention Week, and safety experts have used it as an opportunity to educate Americans about how to keep themselves and their families safe during a similar emergency.
Following allegations that the United States Chamber of Commerce has been actively soliciting money from foreign countries to influence American elections, a group of watchdog organizations has called for a criminal investigation and complete audit of the business lobbying group.
Nearly 40 million adults in the U.S. suffer from anxiety each year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. However, scientists have discovered that some nutritional and herbal supplements could be effective in treating anxiety problems without causing serious side effects.
As voters are preparing to cast their ballots in November, a recent opinion poll set out to find out what — in the average person’s view — are some of the most enduring American institutions.
A bipartisan report has criticized President Barack Obama and his administration for their response to the catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
After the Bank of Japan left its interest rates close to zero earlier this week, financial analysts have been expecting monetary easing across major economies, including the United States.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) reports that vitamin D is essential for helping the body to retain calcium so that bones can grow and strengthen. However, low levels of vitamin D could cause bones to break, as they may become brittle and thin.