President Barack Obama plans to spend as much as $200 million worth of taxpayer money to promote his controversial healthcare law, according to documents recovered by public interest group Judicial Watch.
A graduate student at Cornell University’s Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management sought to find out how consumers are swayed by the ‘organic’ label, and her results revealed significant bias.
The California Senate Judiciary Committee has approved legislation that would require government agencies to acquire a warrant before accessing consumers’ reading records.
The General Assembly chamber in Maryland has approved in-State college tuition reductions for illegal immigrants.
Vitamin A may play a key role in sperm production, central nervous system development and a host of other functions, according to recent research that was conducted at the Van Andel Research Institute in Michigan.
A town in the State of New York has agreed to lift an “art ban” in response to a lawsuit filed by a local artist.
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has officially announced his intentions to explore a Presidential bid.
Former Minnesota Governor and potential GOP Presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty will headline the third annual Tea Party tax day rally on April 15 in Boston.
While a survey of obese teens reflected that they felt physically healthy, medical tests revealed otherwise.
Several people have died from a record flood that has devastated areas surrounding the Red River in North Dakota and Minnesota.