The March 1 deadline is approaching for anyone who receives Social Security, SSI payments or veterans’ benefits by mail.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced it is seeking dozens of doctors to serve on advisory committees that evaluate new medical devices before they hit the market. However, the agency is operating under new rules that could make it harder to fill those vacancies.
It may be cold outside, but there is help to keep folks’ homes warm on the inside.
Republicans in Congress want cut Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security in order to close the federal deficit.
Last year’s elections were the most expensive in history, and West Virginia lawmakers are being pressed to help a national effort to get the big money out of politics.
A West Virginia children’s advocacy group will kick off its part of a national child abuse prevention campaign this week in Charleston.
A sharp, long-term fall in the price of solar cells has led The Economist magazine and others to declare that in sunny areas with high electricity prices, solar power is now cheap enough to compete without government subsidies.
The New Year is upon us, and at least one expert suggests making resolutions for the occasion a “family affair.”
It’s an all-too-familiar situation for West Virginia parents – helping children cope after a school shooting.
It isn’t part of the big budget negotiations, but people working with battered women are worried that the partisan divide in Congress could also threaten vital shelter programs.