Americans’ support for health reform legislation is waning in the midst of a strong push by congressional Democrats to pass new bills in the coming weeks, a new poll released July 15 said.
Articles By: Ben Giles
A somber, visibly weary Georgian Ambassador spoke before television cameras and an overflow crowd at The Heritage Foundation’s Lehrman Auditorium on August 18, discussing his country’s future in light of Russia’s recent occupation.
There is a small contingent that claims the next eight years will be strikingly similar to the last.
Now that major gains have been made to bring stability to Iraq, it would be foolish for the United States to simply leave the country arbitrarily, military strategists say.
The Attorney General suggests six ways legislators can adhere to the Supreme Court’s recent decision in the case of Boumediene vs. Bush while maintaining national security.
Al Gore has a challenge for Americans: produce 100 percent of the nation’s electricity with alternative energy within ten years.
Coming to the conclusion that migration should not be thought of as a distinctly national issue, two authors presented data on their research of metropolitan cities experiencing and influx of foreign-born immigrants.
While media reports focus on job loss and a dwindling manufacturing industry, Ikenson’s findings tell a different economic tale.
Demonstrators on both sides of the nation’s oil crisis picketed a stretch of Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda, Md. on Wednesday July 9.
Prime Minister Murphy’s speech focused on United States and European leaders’ roles in future transatlantic agendas, and their shared interest in global issues.