The President is getting hammered from all sides for stating the obvious.
At least not right away. But it’s quite possible by 2040.
The flurry of news around the new variant is dizzying.
A look at the employment records of one of the men involved in the Ahmaud Arbery shooting.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court rejected a challenge by three women to their prosecution for going topless on a public beach in the Granite State.
California’s legislature has moved to block localities from imposing taxes on soda and other sugary drinks.
Descriptions of Robby Jackson as “Trump’s personal physician” mischaracterize his qualifications for the job.
Ray Mabus is trying to make serving in the Navy and Marine Corps more attractive to women.
Former President Clinton doesn’t seem to get it. Or, does he?
The Food & Drug Administration’s new regulations requiring calorie and other information on menus in restaurants and elsewhere won’t work, could limit consumer choice, and may not be Constitutional.
Once again, there’s speculation that something is up in the world’s most closed society.
Coming across as uncaring doesn’t help advance your political arguments.
Mike Bloomberg’s absurd soda ban is, thankfully, dead.
Too regularly engage in “bedtime procrastination,” creating a vicious cycle.
According to the New York City Public Schools, this girl is fat.
We spend more per capita than any other country in the world and yet we are outperformed on a key metric, life expectancy, by a large number of countries
Another government mandate that doesn’t address a real problem.
Another legal setback for Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s crusade to regulate what New York City residents can eat and drink.
An overweight Republican from the northeast is thinking about running for president. No, not that one.
Two thirds of us are overweight but we still think fat people are pigs.
NYU’s Geoffrey Miller has done a groundbreaking study connecting obesity, and particularly the consumption of simple carbohydrates, with failure to complete doctoral dissertations.
Southerners lie about their weight–but not as much as those lyin’ Yankees.
The Big Gulp ban won’t ban Big Gulps. But it’ll ban 2-liter Cokes with your pizza and pitchers at Chuck E. Cheese.
One gender gap, at least, is narrowing: American men are starting to worry about the size of their butts.
While it upheld the Affordable Care Act today, the Supreme Court also placed some clear limits on Congressional power. That’s a good thing.
Another local official wants to join the War On Big Soda.
New York City’s Mayor wants to control the size of soft drinks.
Americans are ridiculously fat and getting fatter by the nanosecond.
Shockingly, the “Springfield” in the long-running sittcom “The Simpsons” is Springfield, Oregon, near where creator Matt Groening grew up.
Once again, a government entity thinks the average person is too dumb to take care of themselves.