For years, the United States military and veterans establishment was reluctant to admit the presence of mental-health problems among those who served in uniform and who relied on the Veterans Administration for care and treatment.
The new Russia is different from the old Soviet Union in many ways. It is a society where free enterprise is encouraged and where most individuals lead better and freer lives than they did under the old regime. There are, however, a few sad similarities b
Powerful evidence that daily use of a baby aspirin may significantly reduce the risk of dying from certain types of cancer has important ramifications. It's especially welcome news because the cancers involved are among the leading causes of death.
The tax deal struck by President Obama and the Republicans would extend the Bush tax cuts for the wealthiest 2 percent of Americans, who got the lion’s share of those tax cuts when they didn’t need them at all.
Many may recall these words as one of the cornerstones of the Reagan administration’s policy regarding Soviet nuclear capability.
Q: I’ve read almost all your columns but can’t find where you’ve addressed renters having trouble paying their monthly rent. None of the bailouts deal with home leases or rentals even though many of us also need a break. Any suggestions? — Tim Tenant
Q: I’ve been reading a lot about the importance of placing medical records online. While I can see some positives about doing this, don’t you feel it’s too risky for someone to hack into our personal information? — Fearful Frannie