Even as Democrats have vowed not to renew President Bush’s tax cuts on the wealthy and have pushed for the development of alternative energy sources, a survey has found that Americans oppose higher taxes and support domestic oil exploration.
Critics of Federal healthcare reform won a small battle in Virginia on Monday when a United States District Court judge refused to dismiss a lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of the recently passed measure.
An event set for Aug. 7 in San Diego will bring together doctors who are members or supporters of the Tea Party movement and United States Senate candidate from Nevada Sharron Angle, who has been an outspoken opponent of the administration’s healthcare reform.
Amid allegations that the new Arizona immigration law may lead to racial profiling, a civil rights organization has requested records in a separate case that may yet influence the ongoing legal challenges to Arizona’s bill.
Results of a recent New Zealand study suggest that taking vitamin C supplements may help cancer patients slow the growth of certain invasive tumors.
An enraged Democratic lawmaker publicly lashed out at House Republicans last week for their procedural objection to an amendment that would provide healthcare to 9/11 first responders.
After the Supreme Court decision in McDonald v Chicago earlier this year, which struck down a 30-year-old handgun ban in the city, gun rights supporters vowed to keep the momentum for less regulation. In fact, some of them are now suing Maryland to prove that commitment.
Results of a new European study suggest that individuals who live relatively sedentary lifestyles may significantly reduce their chances of suffering an early death by participating in light or moderate physical activity.
Amid the ongoing legal and political controversies surrounding the Arizona immigration law, the Federal government has sent a strong signal that is meant to silence the measure’s supporters.
After refusing to admit to any wrongdoings and failing to make a deal with Congressional investigators, Representative Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) was officially charged by a House committee last week with 13 separate ethics violations.