New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission’s recent ruling may have cleared the way for an Islamic center to be built near the site of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, but this doesn’t mean the controversy is over.
Several states and a small business lobby group have mounted a legal challenge to the Federal government in Florida, demanding that the court hear their case against healthcare overhaul.
A Texas judge has thrown out the case against a supporter of Republican candidate Debra Medina and a Tea Party sympathizer Chris Howe. The man was jailed for five hours on March 2 for holding a political sign in her support outside a polling place during a primary election.
A highly decorated 18-year Army veteran was officially charged with disobeying orders and dereliction of duty after refusing to be deployed to Afghanistan because he questions whether Barack Obama is eligible to be president.
Sharron Angle, Nevada’s Republican nominee for the United States Senate, said in an interview earlier this year that the recent expansion of Federal entitlement programs is an attempt by President Obama and other Democratic leaders to "make government our god."
A new report from the Opposition to the California Marijuana Legalization Initiative has found that cultivating cannabis indoors may have serious health and economic impacts.
In a vote last week the United States Senate approved the nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to become the 112th justice of the Supreme Court.
Results of a recent University of Buffalo study provide further evidence that resveratrol—a plant extract commonly associated with red wine, grapes and blueberries—can reduce inflammation and help lower the risk of diabetes and heart disease in humans.
A 23-year-old illegal immigrant has been charged with drunken driving and involuntary manslaughter after a car crash in Virginia’s Prince William County that killed a nun and critically injured two others.
A new survey has found a strong support for the Tea Party movement as well as a significant following among self-identified Democrats.