Hillary Clinton will be offered a dignified exit from the presidential race and the prospect of a place in Barack Obama's cabinet under plans for a "negotiated surrender" of her White House ambitions being drawn up by Senator Obama's aides.
Children are almost twice as likely to die before adulthood if they have a father over 45, research has shown.
The Libertarian Party recently nominated former Republican Congressman Bob Barr as their presidential nominee. This nomination represents a compromise of the principles that the Libertarian Party used to stand for.
A pending New York State Assembly Bill dubbed, the "worst vaccine bill ever" by one activist group, would see all vaccines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) made mandatory for all children, including infants and toddlers.
Vote Hemp, a grassroots advocacy organization working to give farmers the right to grow non-drug industrial hemp, is extremely pleased that Vermont Governor Jim Douglas allowed H.267, the Hemp for Vermont Bill, to become law without his signature yesterday afternoon.
U.S. food prices will rise a stiff 9 percent a year through 2012, the largest increase since 1979 and the result of record-high crop prices, the head of an economic consulting company said on Thursday.
U.S. Marine helicopters will land at the old Eastgate Consumer Mall, Brookside Park and other Indianapolis locations when the city becomes a mock battlefield next week.
Life, if you're a bacterium or virus, boils down to this: finding a pristine human home to provide for your every need, from food and nutrients to shelter against biological storms.
Shocked by rising food prices? Get used to it -- and be ready for water shortages, too, says a sweeping new scientific report rounding up likely effects of climate change on the United States' land, water and farms over the next half-century.
Their own golden years were on the minds of legislative negotiators as they sat down with Gov. Tom Ridge's team in the spring of 2001 to work out what became Ridge's final state budget.
The people of Pennsylvania own the roads and have paid for them numerous times! Pennsylvanians are already taxed to death! The tax payer's money is being wasted! Who paid for the 'Hillary Parties'? Where's the money to help the farmers? Why is MONSANTO destroying crops and farmland in PA? If Governor Rendell is not serving the will of the people, he is obviously serving the elite! ~ SadInAmerica
Given the fact that just about everything you put on your skin gets absorbed into your bloodstream, it is interesting that there is a complete lack of regulation of cancer-causing ingredients in skin care products.
In spite of federal regulations, many toys sold in the United States continue to contain lead, according to reports released by two different non-profit organizations.
The McCain Campaign Warns, Obama's Policies 'Would Place Israel in Peril'...
The 10 worst corporations of 2007... Who cares? We'll keep doing 'business' with them anyway.
Population, pollution, and climate put the squeeze on potable supplies - and private companies smell a profit. Others ask: Should water be a human right?
Ron Paul’s improbable revolution rumbles through Missouri tonight.
As the Lake George Americade extravaganza approaches and with motorcycle fatalities on the rise, State Police are putting the brakes on bikers who break the rules, starting today with a Northway checkpoint.
Dow Chemical Co., the largest U.S. chemical maker, may not be the last to raise prices this year because of soaring raw materials costs.
When Ohio's Kent State University offered custodial staff the option of working four days a week instead of five to cut commuting costs, most jumped at the chance, part of a U.S. trend aimed at combating soaring gasoline prices.
The establishment is getting ready to push forward with Joe Lieberman’s proposed carbon credit enslavement bill.
Rarely acknowledged in the debate on global climate change, the world’s weather can now be modified as part of a new generation of sophisticated electromagnetic weapons. Both the US and Russia have developed capabilities to manipulate the climate for military use.
With eight months left in President Bush's term, scores of senior officials already are heading for the exits, leaving nearly half the administration's top political positions vacant or filled by temporary appointees, federal statistics show.