In hopes of paving the way for a polarizing GOP Presidential candidate, national Democratic leaders have asked Massachusetts lawmakers to push back their State’s primary.
Two gun rights groups and several New York City residents have filed a Federal lawsuit against New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, alleging that the city’s $340 fee for a handgun permit is “excessive.”
In a study of mice, Georgetown University Medical Center researchers found that social isolation and fatty foods elevated levels of a neurotransmitter in the brain associated with insulin resistance and breast cancer.
While some modern weight loss experts recommend eating small, more frequent meals as a strategy to drop pounds, a recent study has shown that reducing body mass may be as simple as following your mother’s advice.
If Democrats and Republicans meet in the middle this week and approve a measure to fund the Federal government, Tea Party supporters are likely to condemn any compromise.
The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) has joined the fight against Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law.
The budget battle in Washington, DC has entered a critical stage as the current stop-gap measure is set to expire on April 8.
A prominent trade association for the firearms industry will launch an educational advertising campaign this week to coincide with its annual “fly-in” event in Washington, DC.
To no one’s surprise, President Barack Obama has announced that he will run for re-election in 2012.
Pure maple syrup contains double the amount of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds than food scientists previously thought, according to researchers at the University of Rhode Island.