Antioxidants found in green tea may positively affect the metabolism of overweight individuals, supporting their weight loss efforts, according to a new study from researchers at Oklahoma State University.
The economy may be improving, but it turns out there may still be opportunities to multiply one’s wealth and assets in the field of real estate.
A Colorado judge has ruled that crosses that memorialize fallen Utah Highway Patrol officers and that are erected on public land are unconstitutional.
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) has filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the Nordyke v King case, supporting the position that the Alameda County, Calif., gun ban is a Second Amendment issue, and as such should be subject to "strict scrutiny," which is the most stringent standard of judicial review in the United States.
The Obama administration’s intention not to renew tax cuts for the richest Americans — which are set to expire at the end of the year — has received much attention recently. However, the fact that some wealthy people may actually end up with a tax cut has been largely overlooked, according to CNN Money.
Certain wealth management experts have recommended that Americans buy precious metals to protect their assets against inflation. While this immediate financial incentive may be enough to persuade many to convert their weakening dollars to gold, there are other reasons to consider this move.
Results of a recent Canadian study suggest that vitamin B3 may be an effective alternative treatment option for patients suffering from drug-resistant fungal infections.
Rupert Murdoch, the owner of the Fox network which includes Fox News, gave $1 million to the Republican Party, spurring a barrage of criticism from the liberals.
The Heritage Foundation, a conservative public research institute, has published a report that outlines ways in which America’s most pressing problems can be addressed.
In recent days American and foreign media have widely reported the devastating scenes from the flooded areas of Pakistan. Although South Asia is more prone to these types of disasters, parts of the United States have also occasionally suffered from floods.