Political enthusiasts may have noticed a few missing pieces during the GOP debate on May 5. Some viewers have lamented over the fact that the first major debate of the 2012 Presidential campaign featured a cast of lesser-known candidates.
Many people add chopped rosemary or ground tumeric to their burgers and meatloaf for added flavor. However, research that was led by scientists at Kansas State University reveals that it may also help to reduce levels of harmful heterocyclic amines (HCAs).
Following several days of widespread praise for President Barack Obama, a handful of potential Presidential candidates have changed course by criticizing the Commander In Chief’s foreign policy.
Likening Osama bin Laden’s death to a popular American sport, President Barack Obama said there is no need to “spike the football” by releasing photos of the al-Qaida leader’s corpse.
Severe threats of flooding have prompted Federal officials to order a levee to be blasted open in Missouri, and forced a mayor in Illinois to evacuate an entire town.
Rock star Ted Nugent closed the annual National Rifle Association (NRA) conference last weekend by challenging pro-gun advocates to step up their public relations efforts.
Job growth in the U.S. has sputtered in recent weeks, according to a new report from the United States Labor Department.
To no surprise, President Barack Obama’s approval ratings have improved in the wake of Osama bin Laden’s death.
Although many Americans have showered President Barack Obama with praise following the death of Osama bin Laden, several critics have questioned the manner in which the government disposed of the Al Qaeda leader’s corpse.
It may elicit disgust or disappointment at the dinner table, but fish liver — especially that of anchovies — has recently been shown by researchers at the University of Almeria in Spain to be a great source of polyunsaturated fatty acids.