New Dietary Guidelines Target Sugar, Ease Up On Coffee And EggsThe Obama Administration released new dietary guidelines today. The latest report, which is revised every five years, backs off previous recommendations about cholesterol, but gets tougher on sugar.
Gov. Christie, in Philadelphia, Turns Up Rhetoric Ahead of Expected Campaign AnnouncementNew Jersey governor Chris Christie spoke at the Northeast Republican Leadership Conference, unleashing some verbal broadsides at the Obama administration.
Former Senator On Releasing Classified Pages Of 9/11 Report: 'The American People Deserve The Truth'Former Florida Senator and member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Bob Graham, spoke out to call for the release of 28 classified pages in the 9/11 report that details a possible connection between Saudi Arabia and the 2001 terrorist attacks.
New Rules Proposed As 5-Year Anniversary Of Oil Spill NearsAlmost five years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the Obama administration has proposed new regulations aimed at strengthening oversight of offshore oil drilling equipment and ensuring that out-of-control wells can be sealed in an emergency.
NJ Legislators Oppose Plans For Drilling Off Parts Of Atlantic CoastNew Jersey legislators are working on a measure to express their displeasure over plans by the Obama Administration to allow for oil and natural gas drilling off the Atlantic Coast.
Ex-Ambassador To The UN: Iran Won't Uphold Its End Of The Nuclear BargainDom Giordano spoke with former Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about the nuclear agreement reached between Iran and the western nuclear powers.
Professor On Iranian Nuclear Agreement: 'Better Deal Than People Thought The Administration Would Get'Gary R'Nel talked with Dr. Michael Boyle Associate Professor of Political Science at La Salle University on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about agreement the Western nuclear powers have reached with Iran.
Supreme Court Seems Divided Over EPA Mercury LimitsThe Supreme Court's conservative justices cast doubt Wednesday on the Obama administration's first-ever regulations aimed at reducing power plant emissions of mercury and other hazardous air pollutants.
Latest Beneficiary of US Laptop Largesse is a Mantua Charter SchoolThe federal government recycles employee computers every other year. But they don't just toss the used laptops into landfills -- they give them to schools.
Philadelphia Celebrates Its Selection as a 'US 2020' City For STEM EducationPhiladelphia has been selected in a national competition as one of seven cities to encourage youth mentorship in science, technology, engineering and mathematics ("STEM").
Nutter Raises Minimum Wage For Most City Contract WorkersNutter has long opposed raising the minimum wage required to be paid by firms with local government contracts, but he said he gradually changed his mind.
Campus Sex Crimes Getting National Attention; Local Organization HopefulThe head of a local organization focused on improving campus security is pleased that the issue is getting a spotlight from the vice president of the United States.