A diet called Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, or DASH, is U.SNews & World Report's top all-around pick. The diet keeps a tight lid on saturated fat and cholesterol and encourages eating of food rich in protein, fiber and nutrients...
Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY) clearly brought the scandal over his digital dalliances upon himself, but the media's coverage of the story from the moments after he sent that errant tweet has been orchestrated almost entirely by one person:...
Controversy has been building after FIFA officials disqualified the Iranian women's soccer team from an Olympic qualifying match for wearing headscarfs. FIFA says a player's neck and ears should remain exposed.
A top Georgia lawmaker says he has an idea for how the state can get more water for its needs. House Speaker David Ralston is proposing a trade with Tennessee. In his idea, Ralston says Tennessee would get better connections to Georgia’s...
Drought is causing a lack of forage in pastures. Many farmers forced to feed their animals hay. Drought expected to continue.
The story started familiarly: Two Florida homeowners were taken to court by Bank of America. But it ended very differently: the homeowners backed by deputies about to load a moving van with the bank's assets.
American officials want Pakistan to intensify its fight against those militants because they complicate the U.S. war in Afghanistan. Pakistan has repeatedly driven out the Taliban from tribal zones near its border with Afghanistan. But the...
As the government copes with this spring's plague of tornadoes and flooding, it is still responding to previous disasters. The Federal Emergency Management Agency continues to fund rebuilding projects related to Hurricane Katrina and other...
As it reemerges as a world power, the question is: Is China's awakening to be welcomed or feared? Some point to peaceful 15th century explorer Zheng He to show that China is not an expansionist culture. But others say China's motivations...
Caffeinated products are everywhere from energy drinks to strips that dissolve on the tongue. But caffeine is still a drug that affects sleep and mood, experts note and parents should be cautious about how much their kids are ingesting.