A study in England has observed a correlation between consumption of sugary drinks, like juices and soft drinks, and higher blood pressure.
The IRS has eased its rules on property tax liens, but the National Taxpayers Advocate says the agency hasn't gone far enough to help taxpayers.
March 2, 2011, will mark Read Across America Day and the 107th birthday of the prolific children's author Dr. Seuss, who passed away in 1991.
Fewer people in the United States believe that real estate and homeownership are still the good investments they were once believed to be.
Say it ain't so: Jamba Juice may no be quite as healthy as you thought, writes Ashley Bates in Mother Jones. Beware Splenda, healthy ones.
The sun will rise an hour earlier on March 13, 2011, but a study in Indiana found daylight saving time increased, not lowered, energy costs.
Men who are 25 percent Caucasian with a 3.0 GPA can qualify for a $500 scholarship from the Former Majority Association for Equality in Texas.
Reno, Nevada, mishandled an $8 million loan short term from the state, but rather than investigating, the state is stretching out payments.
Pediatric and dermatology groups say melanoma is the most common skin cancer in kids, and teens should be banned from indoor tanning salons.
Sirhan Sirhan says he does not remember killing Robert F. Kennedy in 1968. His lawyer maintains Sirhan was the victim of a brainwashing plot.
The so-called "Walmart of weed," weGrow, is planning franchise stores in many states. Franchising could help the company avoid legal issues.
The FDA's lower BMI threshold, 26 percent body fat, for lap band surgery makes 26 million more Americans eligible for the weight loss procedure.
The U.S. embassy in Tripoli has been mostly evacuated. Economic sanctions against Libya are going to be implemented soon.
A Toronto Star investigation found that Canada used the infamous herbicide Agent Orange in its forestry program from the 1950s to the 1980s.
A study found that the brains of 50 percent of the people diagnosed with Alzheimer's lacked the lesions associated with the disease ...