The fledgling democracy movements throughout the Middle East could be hindered if the US government shuts down.
The looming government shutdown, currently being debated by President Obama and Congress, might not be as bad as people think.
The battle in the Ivory Coast between forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara and Laurent Gbagbo is more complex than it may seem.
The new documentary stars two autistic friends who travel around the world, meet other autistic people and advocate for autism rights.
Nearly all job gains in March driven by private employers, a good indication that the economy may be picking up.
New study indicates graduates of historically black colleges may not achieve same success as counterparts who attend traditionally white schools.
How the crisis in Japan and protests throughout the Middle East are raising the price of oil, and hurting the American economy.
Military actions from Operation Odyssey Dawn to Operation Desert Shield often have strange PR names. Military personnel have to take them quite seriously.
The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire happened a century ago, but the labor-safety issues that led to the disaster are relevant today.
A retired Air Force colonel says the objective in Operation Odyssey Dawn in Libya isn't clear, but it's not about democracy.