The economy added 288,000 jobs this past month and 2.5 million jobs in the past 12, the fastest annual growth since 2006. Still, there are factors that are perhaps cause for worry.
Thanks in part to the Humane Society of the United States, and real hunters who were offended by the lack of "fair chase," Internet hunting is now illegal in Texas and most other states, including Missouri.
Regardless of one's perspective on the death penalty, all should concur our society is ill served by executing the wrongly convicted.
The United States is facing a flood of children seeking safety from violence in their countries. They may be here illegally, but they are still children and deserved not to be treated with such ugliness.
It is hard to ascertain exactly how much difference McDonald can make and how quickly, but he must summon up all his considerable skills and powers to do so.
If pregnancy isn’t compatible with the woman’s physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial health, then access to abortion is a part of her right to seek full health, to control her destiny.
America is nation built upon immigrants and the promise of a greater life. We should not be so quick to deny people access to that promise.
The Pew Research Center poll found that while Americans may be more politically divided than ever they are still united by patriotism.
If the veto is overridden in a September session, it could lead to a slippery-slope for restrictions on other matters, including birth control.
The initiative contains two laudable goals: decreasing societal costs and treating individual mental health disorders.
“Eat all the vegetables and fruit you want, but you have to cut out more calories from other foods,” to lose weight, study author David Allison, associate dean for science in the UAB School of Public Health, told the Website LiveScience.com.
The main thing everybody should take away from researcher Joseph P. Allen's study is timeless: The only lasting form of popularity is based on confidence, benevolence and individuality.
Columbia’s Sen. Kurt Schaefer and Rep. Caleb Rowden both voted in favor of this harmful bill, which requires women to wait three days after their first meeting with a provider to access abortion services.
The students who shared their stories and experiences are to be commended for giving voice to a nationwide challenge.
Congress should support enhanced border enforcement by giving Mr. Obama the $2 billion he has requested to further bolster efforts during the crisis.
Shrimp is America’s No. 1 seafood. In fact, we eat far more shrimp than our other two favorites, tuna and salmon. For consumers, cleaning up our shrimp act doesn’t have to mean giving up shrimp entirely — but it does mean doing a bit of homework.
In following up on the story of Angela Anderson's family coping with the loss of two children, our newsroom learned a valuable lesson.
For generations, the Department of Veterans Affairs has managed an excellent system. The failure to provide medical services to some of our nation’s veterans is unconscionable, but the VA is not the only option for veterans seeking medical care. If all states expanded Medicaid, nearly half of the nation’s uninsured veterans would have access to health coverage.
Mr. Taylor’s letter isn’t a prediction of something hypothetical. It’s a real letter from a real CEO laying out how Missouri’s legislature has chosen to be a job killer.
Rutherford Institute founder John Whitehead keeps reminding us of brazen Supreme Court violations of the Constitution during this and past administrations.