Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce (R-Mesa) is collecting support from lawmakers across the United States in an effort to eliminate automatic citizenship rights for children of illegal immigrants.
This November, voters in California will be asked to decide whether or not recreational marijuana use should be legalized, and the proceeds from its sale taxed. While there is still a national debate about the merits of such a move, legalization proponents have received an unexpected boost from an influential former high government official.
The United States Census Bureau reports that 12 percent of the nation’s population is foreign-born, and more than half of the immigrants are not citizens.
Several Alaskan political blogs are claiming that a security company hired by Senate GOP candidate Joe Miller is tied to a militia group.
Individuals could benefit from a diet enriched with foods such as carrots, celery, peppers, chamomile and peppermint as new research suggests that a plant compound in these foods could reduce age-related inflammation in the brain.
President Barack Obama has called on Congress to extend the tax credit for individuals paying college tuition before it expires at the end of the year.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) used Air Force aircraft on 85 flights during a 16-month span, according to documents recently obtained by watchdog group Judicial Watch. Previous documents recovered by the organization reveal that Pelosi’s Air Force travels allegedly cost more than $2.1 million over two years, including about $101,429 spent on in-flight expenses.
People who are overweight may want to implement structured physical activities into their schedule as researchers have discovered that these types of weight loss programs can improve individuals’ health.
The controversy surrounding alleged foreign money being used to finance the midterm elections is heating up. Recently, a coalition of watchdog groups has sent a letter to the Department of Justice (DOJ) demanding that it investigate organizations that may be violating campaign finance laws.
In a dramatic reversal of a decades-long practice, the Pentagon announced on Oct. 19 that it will start processing applications of candidates for service who admit to being gay.