70 percent of Americans use prescription drugs for everything from antibiotics, painkillers, to antidepressants.
Between 2008 and 2014, obesity among older Americans increased at a greater rate than for any other age group.
Big government is on the march under President Obama in ways that many Americans have not experienced in our lifetimes.
The industry’s entirely self-interested arguments in favor of conflicted advice are every bit as much of a flim-flam as you might expect.
No bump in quarterly earnings for an oil company should ever take precedence over the imperative to tackle the greatest crisis in generations.
The outdated export ban puts U.S. oil producers at a competitive disadvantage with other countries.
Systemic solutions like the transparency measures in section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Act are so important.
Investments in health improvements are known to lead to higher productivity and economic output.
The senators strongly suggest that consumers are left with “de facto telecommunications monopolies” throughout the country.
Americans should enjoy the opportunity to easily apply for and receive timely, clear information about federal grants and loans for college.