He may not admit it as yet but Newt Gingrich’s cup of woes runneth over. Gingrich’s campaign refrained from bidding for a lot Thursday to participate in the Ames straw poll event, the national campaign spokesman, R. C. Hammond confirmed
Calling his ordering of additional 30,000 American troops into Afghanistan “one of the most difficult decisions [he had] made as president,” President Barack Obama announced Wednesday night that 10,000 of the troops would be removed from Afghanistan by the end of 2011.
After a strong performance in Republican debate in New Hampshire, followed by her impressive speech Friday at the Republican Leadership in New Orleans, Rep. Michele Bachmann has claimed the top spot in the latest Zogby poll of 2012 Republican presidential candidates.
California state Democrat leaders were dismayed when Gov. Jerry Brown, a fellow Democrat, vetoed the budget bill within 24 hours because “it didn’t go far enough” in closing the $10 billion deficit.
Foods containing artificial fat in place of real fat may not help people lose weight. It may, instead, make them gain more, a recent study published by the American Psychology Association suggests.
Floods caused by torrential rains in southern and eastern China since the beginning of the month have left at least 175 people dead and another 86 missing, the Civil Affairs Ministry said Monday.
According to a recent study, led by researchers at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, about 8 percent of U.S. children could be afflicted with food allergies.
South Korea-born K.J. Choi lost the 2011 U.S. Open to Irishman Rory McIlroy this weekend. But off the green he is a champion when it comes to generosity and helping those in need.
Come next summer, the first thing to note on a sunscreen label would be “Broad Spectrum” and “SPF 15” (or higher). The Food and Drug administration on Tuesday issued new guidelines for sunscreen labeling to give consumers clear information about the product’s effectiveness.
J.C. Penney Co. named Ron Johnson, currently the senior vice president of retail operations at Apple Inc., its next CEO. Johnson assumes his new position on November 1
A low-fat, carbohydrate-rich diet, such as whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes, could lower the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study.
Facebook remains tightlipped over reports that based on valuation of $100 billion it is planning an initial public offering as early as April 2012.
The possibility of a U.S. debt default is causing concerns within financial circles in Asian powers China and India, and officials warn that this may erode the world’s confidence in the robustness of the U.S. economy.