A total of 241 tornadoes swept across 14 States this past week, killing at least 45 people, and injuring hundreds.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has clarified a State law regarding gun possession in places of worship, saying that the 2nd Amendment grants citizens the right to carry a firearm for personal protection.
Individuals at risk for stroke also appear to have an increased chance of developing age-related cognitive decline, according to researchers from the University of California.
Arizona lawmakers have approved a bill that would require Presidential candidates to prove they are natural born citizens of the United States before their names are placed on state ballots.
It took six-and-a-half months, but Congress has finally agreed on a budget for fiscal year 2011.
In a randomized trial of 160 post-menopausal women, it was found that regular consumption of apples lowered unhealthy LDL cholesterol.
Vice President Joe Biden was caught with his eyes closed during President Barack Obama’s recent speech about the Federal deficit, which has prompted speculation that Biden may have fallen asleep.
A type of honey from New Zealand has been shown to reduce bacterial infection in wounds and also prevent antibiotic resistance, according to researchers at the University of Wales Institute Cardiff.
As lawmakers prepared to vote on the Federal budget for the remainder of fiscal year 2011, new data from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has raised some doubts regarding the bill’s immediate impact on the national deficit.
Although Congress approved the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell” (DADT) last December, a gay military advocacy group still got the cold shoulder from the Federal government this week.