Wisconsin is currently one of two American states that prohibits its residents from carrying a concealed weapon. However, new Republican leadership in the Badger State is expected to pave the way to looser gun control laws.
The Supreme Court has struck a blow against opponents of same-sex marriages. On Jan. 18, the nation's highest court turned down a challenge spearheaded by Bishop Harry Jackson, who requested a measure to be placed on Washington, D.C., ballots that would allow residents to vote on the definition of marriage.
Researchers from the UT Health Science Center in San Antonio have recently discovered that a compound found in grapes stimulates the production of a hormone that regulates fat and can reduce signs of aging
Many Americans have turned to the practice of urban farming to achieve self-sufficiency amidst a struggling economy, rising inflation costs and unsanitary food manufacturing that has led to a flurry of product recalls.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has been the target of several left-wing accusations following the Jan. 8 shooting in Tuscon, Ariz., but the controversy is not keeping the Tea Party favorite from advocating for 2nd Amendment rights.
A study recently published in journal Reproductive Health has reported that the consumption of one to two grams of essential fatty acids daily can help alleviate symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
New Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus has wasted little time in shaking up his staff.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin recently responded to critics who have claimed she is somewhat responsible for the deadly shooting in Tucson, Ariz.
Mudslides have killed at least 500 people in Brazil, and officials fear that the death toll could still rise. Media reports have cited the International Disaster Database information, which suggests that it is the worst natural disaster in Brazil since flooding and mudslides killed 785 people in 1967.
Republican lawmakers are making a push to cut Federal funding for National Public Radio (NPR), which would prevent local stations from using government money to purchase the network’s programming.