Published January 11, 2012
Equality must arrive in the divorce court, an advocacy group in New Jersey is arguing, pushing legislation to update what it says are antiquated alimony laws that disproportionately favor the recipients of alimony, regardless of changing circumstances.
Published October 27, 2011
Should a United Nations global treaty on mercury pollution become reality, America's dentists could find the U.S. government's proverbial hands inside their patients' mouths.
Published August 25, 2011
When Beverly Hills residents found out that many of their city’s 950 municipal and public safety employees were earning stunning salaries, 13 weeks of paid vacation, unlimited overtime and other tax-free retirement benefits, taxpayers were outraged and city officials rushed into closed-door sessions to figure out what to do.
Published July 21, 2011
Gun owners and gun-rights advocates are fired up over a zoning change by the District of Columbia that paves the way for the only licensed gun dealer in the nation's capital -- forced to shutter his business when he lost his lease -- to re-open inside police headquarters.