Mexico has far worse problems with obesity and related illnesses than the U.S. does.
The status of American men is the new elephant in the room: of major importance, yet deliberately ignored, discounted, or downplayed.
"These things seem to be compounded by time — that's what happened with Watergate," he said in an interview. "This is the drip, drip, drip, drip."
Latin America’s biggest country is struggling with crime, corruption, and weak economic growth.
Still, Luis Gutierrez and Paul Ryan keep their harmony: “How big and broad it is — the House will work its will and we’ll find out," Ryan said of the final product.
Senate Appropriations Committee throws some money at the problem on day Concerned Veterans for America event delves into a more complex solution.
“We will get answers. It will take time, but we will get the facts, and we will follow them wherever they lead,” the Ways and Means chairman promised.
Ending the embargo wouldn't win a single Hispanic vote for the GOP.
New border security agreement looks to win over some fence-sitters, but Cornyn not happy that it replaced his Dem-loathed plan.
Predictions show the dam halving Egypt's per capita water consumption in the coming years.
Speaker Boehner can't decide: is he statesman or partisan? More: That New Senate Agreement to 'Bolster' Border Security? It's a Fraud.
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Senators remind Kerry that Obama's intent "to seek negotiated cuts with Russia to move beyond Cold War nuclear postures" may run afoul of the Constitution.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) said she's gathering GOP support and is optimistic that DOMA will be repealed by the end of the year.
Boehner: "I have no intention of putting a bill on the floor that will violate the principles of our majority and divide our conference."
Agency strategy "strains the institution’s credibility and makes people question the motivations of the department’s leadership," says chairman.
No decision made on women SEALs or Rangers, but leader warns "a decision made by a single service can have rippled effects across the SOCOM enterprise."
Members on whether Snowden is a traitor and whether they're getting the full story on the NSA.
It may be working.
Turkey is reclaiming its jihadi past, while Europe is simultaneously erasing its own Christian heritage.
Because bases continue to sell Playboy and Maxim, Morality in Media argued to the Defense secretary, "now our military is reaping what it has sown."
“It’s a very bad situation. It’s got to be taken care of."
GOPs raised concerns over “unintended consequences” of rules that may impose “burdensome” regulatory costs on the economy.
He kept the divorce private when it could have been election year fodder.