On the morning of Friday, July 20, 1787, delegates to the Constitutional Convention, in Philadelphia, addressed the question of whether or not a President could be impeached while in office. A king might
Vice President Mike Pence used a private email account to conduct public business as Indiana's governor, according to public records obtained by the Indianapolis Star. The newspaper reported Thursday emails
According to women who faced a late-term abortion -- and the doctors who serve them. Ohio just became the 18th state to pass an arbitrary ban on abortions after 20 weeks. The new law, which Gov. John (R)
Every day in the United States, millions of expectant mothers take a prenatal vitamin on the advice of their doctor. The counsel typically comes with physical health in mind: folic acid to help avoid spinal
Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for President is widely, and aptly, described as historic. Here’s one of the reasons: If she wins, she will have spent a longer time under criminal investigation than any President
_This is the second part in a three-part series, “Medicine Without Blood,” about the ways that Jehovah’s Witnesses have changed the way that doctors think about blood transfusion. Read the first and third
It may be hard for someone in their twenties or early thirties to start thinking about retiring, especially when there is so much interesting stuff to check out on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter; but
You have to be a real NFL junkie or an embittered Philadelphia Eagles fan like me to remember the name: Norman Braman. Braman is a billionaire businessman who owned the Philadelphia Eagles from 1985-1994.