Grappling with a still-weak global economy, governments around the world are lowering interest rates in hopes of spurring growth. This has sent gold prices to record highs, offering new investment and asset protection options.
The U.S. Census Bureau recently announced that Federal domestic spending increased to $3.2 trillion in 2009, which equals approximately $10,500 per person living in the United States.
A nonprofit organization recently criticized GOP House leaders for failing to address immigration reform in their "Pledge to America."
Individuals who suffer from diabetes may want to consider adding nutritional supplements to their diet as researchers have found that omega-3 fatty acids could reduce inflammation and insulin resistance.
Congress may have adjourned until after the November midterm elections without making a decision on next year's taxation policy, but that hasn't stopped tax cuts proponents from launching an intense ad campaign.
California is the most populous state in the nation and the biggest destination for illegal aliens, two facts that an immigration reform nonprofit believes are putting the Golden State in grave danger.
Libertarians have long been concerned about the government's intrusion on citizens' privacy through wiretaps and other surveillance methods. However, there may be another threat on the horizon.
Expecting a victory in the November midterm elections, Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) has outlined which legislation the GOP would seek to repeal during the 112th Congress. In the process, he drew ire from some prominent Democrats.
The First Amendment will be the focus of a high-profile case that goes before the nation’s highest court this week.
Carving a jack-o-lantern is a fun way to get into the spirit of Halloween. However, it can also be a way to boost immunity and support heart health.