Former Senator Rick Santorum formally entered the race for the 2012 Republican nomination on Monday. He announced his intentions on ABC’s Good Morning America. “We’re ready to announce that we are going to be in this race and we’re in it to win,” Santorum told GMA reporter George Stephanopoulos.
Parents in Arkansas have expressed outrage over a middle school yearbook that lists former President George W. Bush and former Vice President Dick Cheney among the “worst people of all time.”
It’s a common practice for farmers who run large, industrial livestock operations to supplement their animals with antibiotics and antimicrobials to keep them from getting sick.
The United States economy appears to be sputtering into the summer months, as the latest unemployment rate has reached its highest level since January.
Hurricane season along the Atlantic coast is under way, and the National Hurricane Center (NHC) has predicted a tumultuous six-month stretch. The NHC has forecast that the storm season will be busier than normal, with as many as six major hurricanes expected to hit the East Coast.
A new bill being considered by the Senate would make streaming copyrighted material illegal. The wording of S. 978 is problematic, as it could conceivably be used to cover the embedding of YouTube videos and other Web content.
A grand jury indicted former Presidential candidate John Edwards Friday, on charges of allegedly using campaign funds to cover up an extramarital affair. “Edwards faces six counts — four of illegal campaign contributions, one of conspiracy and one of false statements,” a POLITICO article read.
President Barack Obama received a loud message yesterday for his proposed plan to increase the debit limit from House Republicans and some Democrats.
If you listen to the talk in Britain, President Barack Obama will sail through the 2012 elections, easily keeping his place in the White House. Such talk reflects a fundamental misunderstanding of the political climate in America, according to Nile Gardiner, a foreign affairs analyst and political commentator.
The trace mineral selenium is present in many sources of protein and carbohydrates. While most Americans get adequate amounts of the nutrient, researchers at the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute recently revealed that even a moderate deficiency can have harmful effects on the body.