WASHINGTON – A bill to end the cable industry’s stranglehold on the market for subscription home television is winding its way through Congress and may soon allow satellite TV providers to offer local stations to their customers.
WASHINGTON – Earlier this month, an FDA advisory panel recommended that two leading brands remain on the market as long as women are fully informed of the risks, including the possibility that their implants may rupture, leak, or cause an infection.
WASHINGTON – Like any other junior high student in the dusty Texas farming community of Lockney, Brady Tannahill has studied the Bill of Rights in school. But unlike most, the 12-year-old is going to court to defend it.
WASHINGTON – When a mammogram fails, does a woman have the right to sue?
WASHINGTON – Many of the industry observers testifying before a Senate panel yesterday said the Chinese probably gained little from their work with American satellite companies that would have caused China’s missile capabilities to leap ahead.
WASHINGTON – It was the first time since World War II that Congress had voted on a declaration of war. The action came a day after President Clinton approved the activation of up to 33,000 military reservists to serve in the Balkan conflict.