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Sex scandals and suicide: The campaign lurches back to the ’90s

Howard Kurtz,   Suddenly, we’re wallowing in the fever swamps of Vince Foster and Ken Starr. It was hard enough to live through the days of the blue dress, the cigar and a congressman trying to reenact a crime by shooting at a watermelon. Now history is repeating itself somewhere between tragedy and farce, but

Ken Starr: Obamacare shackles religious freedom

 From humble beginnings in the 1970s in their Oklahoma City garage, David and Barbara Green launched what is now the sprawling nationwide commercial enterprise, Hobby Lobby. Their company – now owned entirely by five members of the Green family – is now at the epicenter of an important legal battle over the breathtaking reach of

Lack of sleep in obese teens predicts heart disease risk

 Low levels of sleep — fewer than 8 1/2 hours — is a significant predictor of cardiometabolic risk in obese teens, U.S. researchers say. Lead author Heidi IglayReger, supervisor of the Physical Activity Laboratory at the Michigan Metabolomics and Obesity Center, part of the University of Michigan Health System, and colleagues at Baylor University studied