It was disappointing how little candidates from both sides of the aisle talked about the real needs of aging Americans.
Pakistan policy is hard to create and harder still to implement.
America’s hospitals have greater responsibilities and requirements than other facilities.
There are variables galore that contribute to presidential election outcomes.
For every dollar the government spends today on the costs of Alzheimer’s care, it invests less than a penny in research to find a cure.
Some Republicans are eager to undermine President Obama’s agenda, even at the cost of starting a war.
The wind industry has supported over 73,000 full-time, well-paying jobs for Americans on average over the last five years.
Passage of the SAV Act would have been an excellent first step toward addressing the tragic and growing impact of suicide on our nation’s veterans.
What last week’s controversial bill to avoid a government shutdown reveals about the rise of super PACs and decline of the two-party system.
New innovations are critical to meet increased performance demands.