Antibiotics in Your Food: What You Need To Know

In a 2010 Congressional hearing, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Department of Agriculture (USDA)—along with the CDC—testified that a definitive link existed between antibiotic resistance in people and the “routine non-therapeutic use of antibiotic in industrial farming.”

The Clean Air Fight Continues In 2012

Despite testimony from a slew of health officials and organizations such as the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Lung Association, pushback has continued based on the premise that regulations are an economy killer, or that the supply of electricity is at stake.

Glenn Beck and Danny Danon: An Unholy Alliance?

It remains to be seen why Israel would allow itself to be a staging ground for Glenn Beck’s extreme brand of political theater.

Why Torture is a Moral Issue

Rev. Richard L. Killmer said, “Torture is wrong. This is an absolute moral principle. Our leaders sometimes forget this.”

Maria Shriver in Transition

Like other women across the country, Shriver has evolved from a bride — to a woman who has transversed decades of life experience.

Thoughts on the Death of Osama bin Laden

I think in the currency of cycles: time passed, changes that have occurred, looking back, shifting forward.

A Different Kind of March Madness

Yet, regardless of generation, women have a tough row to hoe when it comes to getting traction on the kind of stories they want to write and get published.

Lauren Hutton – Still a Trailblazer

She sported a bold necklace on her lined neck and rings on her hands—which clearly showed the wear and tear of time and a life lived.

A Lesson From Joseph Sebarenzi for 2011

Embracing forgiveness on a personal level, as well as a national and community level, is integral to Sebarenzi’s philosophy.

America’s Veterans: The Collateral Damage of War

“It is estimated by veteran suicide counselors that perhaps as many as three times as many veterans have taken their own lives than the number who died in the Vietnam War.”