Federal law enforcement officials claim that the power to search travelers’ laptops without reasonable cause allows them to potentially nab terrorists, those who possess child pornography and other threats to the U.S.
Many people already take prescription drugs to help focus their minds, so why shouldn’t healthy people also be allowed to do so legally?
The number of American households facing foreclosure has risen to a record high, according to statistics from the Mortgage Bankers Association.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is not adequately protecting American children from toxic chemicals in toys, according to the claims of a new lawsuit.
Civil liberties experts have warned the House Homeland Security Committee that too little oversight is given to the government’s use of personal data.
The lobbying group for the health insurance industry has said that the sector supports universal coverage and will work to improve access at reasonable cost.
Taxpayers have not been provided with clear information about how their money is being used as part of the rescue of the financial services industry, a congressional watchdog has claimed.
Food protection systems in the United States are in need of "a major overhaul" having avoided serious restructuring for more than 100 years.
As the financial landscape of the U.S. changes, people may be looking around for different strategies to protect their wealth.
The system of drug approvals that ensures new medications get placed on the market as quickly as possible may be compromising people’s safety, it has been suggested.