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When Food Aid Goes Local, Some Say It Works Better

There’s finally some careful research that goes a long way toward resolving one of the hot debates over food aid […]

Pro-Romney SuperPAC Spent Big On Super Tuesday

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s six primary wins on Super Tuesday didn’t come cheap. An NPR analysis shows that last […]

Ron Paul’s In-It-To-Win-It Strategy Is “Not Far-Fetched,” Campaign Manager Says

Texas Congressman Ron Paul hasn’t won any of the 23 Republican presidential primaries or caucuses already in the 2012 history […]

Inhalable Caffeine Maker Gets Warning Letter From FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has sent a warning letter to the maker of a caffeine inhaler that’s marketed […]

Christians Provide Free Labor On Jewish Settlements

It’s wet and windy day in Shilo, a Jewish settlement in the central part of the West Bank that has […]

Brazil Moves To Ease Soccer Beer Ban, As World Cup Spat With FIFA Grows

Brazil took a step toward relaxing its strict ban on alcohol at soccer stadiums Tuesday, responding to World Cup organizers’ […]

For Marco Rubio, V.P. Prospects Bring New Scrutiny

Throughout the Republican presidential primary season, whenever there’s talk about a short list of possible running mates, one name is […]

‘Les Bon Temps Rouler’ To The Auction Block

In New Orleans, the 2012 Mardi Gras is just a memory. But for those who collect Mardi Gras memorabilia, the […]

1 In 3 Americans Is Having A Hard Time Paying Medical Bills

While politicians and soon, the Supreme Court, are fighting about the fate of the Affordable Care Act, a new government […]

Sun Sends Solar Flares Speeding Toward Earth; Will Hit Thursday [VIDEO]

The sun ejected two huge solar flares Tuesday, and NASA says that we here on Earth may notice the effects […]

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