The United States Chamber of Commerce is encouraging voters to ask political candidates about their stance on free enterprise policies.
The next chapter in the Arizona anti-immigration law saga was opened earlier this week, when U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton ruled against the motion to dismiss a lawsuit against SB 1070. The law, signed by Republican Governor Jan Brewer in April, would enable law enforcement officers to detain and demand identification from anyone they suspect of being in the United States illegally.
One reason that people may gain weight could be due to how much light they are exposed to, according to new research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Major mortgage lenders are under scrutiny from state authorities across the nation over alleged improprieties relating to their foreclosure review processes.
A California Federal judge followed up on her verdict last month, which stated that the military’s "don’t ask, don’t tell" (DADT) policy is unconstitutional, by issuing an injunction on Oct. 12 to prevent the government from continuing to enforce it.
More than 190,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in a given year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Along with their regular treatment, these patients may benefit from taking nutritional supplements as scientists at Indiana University and Methodist Research Institute recently discovered a natural formula could help.
An important case is being heard before the Supreme Court that could determine big pharmaceutical companies’ liability for unintended effects of their vaccines, and perhaps even drive them from the market.
At a crucial moment in the history of same-sex civil rights in America — when issues such as gay marriage and military service of openly gay people are being debated in Congress and fought over in courts — it appears that the tide of public opinion on the issue may be shifting.
Individuals may want to consider eating healthier as new research shows the cost of obesity in the U.S. is growing for employers.
President Barack Obama and his administration are being challenged by critics from both political parties following the announcement that the moratorium on deepwater oil drilling will be lifted.