Long-shot Presidential candidates can win. No-shot, oddball candidates probably can't. Celeste Headlee surveys the oddball, the long-shot and the no shot candidates for the 2012 Presidency.
116 people have been confirmed dead after a tornado ripped through the heart of Joplin, Missouri. The rescue efforts have been difficult.
President Barack Obama may be sugar coating a pill that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the pro-Israel community in the United States are swallowing.
A tornado ripped through Joplin, Missouri, killing 89 people. Two survivors of the disaster talk about their experience.
The price of food throughout the world is going up, which is fomenting instability in Egypt, North Africa, the Middle East, and many other countries.
The international operation that killed Osama Bin Laden was a complex one.
A new report says that the West Virginia coal mining disaster that killed 29 people last year was caused by negligence on the part of the mine's owner, Massey Energy.
The administration has stumbled around for two years trying to figure out a solution to the conflict between Israel and Palestine. It's not clear what the new speech will bring.
Harold Camping, a Californian radio preacher, has said that Judgment Day will come on May 21 at 6:00 pm. Why do people love thinking about the apocalypse?
International forces have backed Moammar Gadhafi into a corner. Now it's not clear what the end game for Libya could be.