Ahmed Ghailani, a suspected Al-Qaeda member held until yesterday at the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba, has been transferred to New York earlier today.
Allergy-stricken readers will be relieved to learn there is an alternative to antihistamine medications, with their unpleasant side effects, in the form of a hayfever-fighting product based on acupressure points.
Media reports have suggested the Obama administration is considering a law which would permit detainees to plead guilty in death penalty cases without full trial.
A newly promoted senior gun rights activist has said the administration’s actions conflict with traditional American attitudes on life and the right to possess arms.
Those who suffer from digestive problems but do not want to take medications that may lead to unpleaseant side effect may find relief from an Ayurvedic herbal mix based on the Indian healing tradition.
Silver nanoparticles injected into the bloodstream may protect against blood clots in coronary artery disease, heart attack and stroke, according to new research.
A group of dozens of leading human rights groups has called on President Obama to release photos depicting the alleged abuse of detainees by U.S. personnel overseas.
The Supreme Court of South Carolina ruled yesterday that Governor Mark Sanford must accept the $700 million in federal stimulus money that was set aside for his state.
The Atlantic hurricane season started three days ago, and it may be useful to review some suggestions for staying safe during a violent storm.
Much has been said about the Washington-announced amnesty for holders of undeclared offshore assets, but one expert says the states’ offers may be more attractive.