The battle between Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Tea Party candidate Joe Miller has entered the courtroom.
A new report published in the journal Archives of Toxicology indicates that consuming purple fruits that are rich in antioxidants, like blueberries, may help to protect against some chronic illnesses that are caused by poorly bound iron.
President Barack Obama’s willingness to compromise with Republicans about the Bush-era tax cuts has received harsh criticism from Congressional Democrats and some of his other supporters.
California Republicans are split about a potential ballot measure that would enforce Arizona-like immigration laws.
Scientists from the Joslin Diabetes Center have found that while a person’s brain contains significant amounts of cholesterol, diabetics may lack the sufficient amount needed—which affects critical brain functions.
President Barack Obama and Republican leaders have reached a deal on extending tax cuts for all Americans. The compromise, which is facing resistance from Democrats, still has to be approved by Congress.
Senate Republicans have blocked two Democratic proposals that would have extended the Bush-era tax cuts for all Americans except for the wealthiest earners.
The head of the Federal Reserve has defended the central bank’s decision to buy about $600 billion in government debt in an effort to improve the nation’s economy.
Scientists from the Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam in the Netherlands have discovered that older adults who have decreased levels of sodium in their blood are at an increased risk to experience a fall and suffer a fracture. This is true even among adults who have only mildly decreased levels of sodium.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has called for President Barack Obama’s resignation if it can be proven that Obama approved illegal spying techniques.