In El Paso, Texas, Barack Obama emphasized issues like border security and giving undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship.
Instead of policy making, compromising or fixing the problems of the country, the US Congress spends about 27 percent of its time taunting each other.
The American International Group Inc. is going after the banks that sold it some $40 billion of mortgage securities.
Gas prices keep going up, and the White House and Congress are fighting it out on how to respond.
Republicans in the US House of Representatives had hired a law firm, King and Spalding, to defend the Defense of Marriage Act. King and Spalding has now announced it is withdrawing from the case.
The Arizona legislature is considering a new round of laws aimed at curbing undocumented immigration into the state.
Laws protecting endangered species and regulating pesticides could drastically change because of a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency.
Sunil Pant, Nepal's first openly gay member of parliament, wants to bring much-needed tourism dollars to his home country.
As China's population ages, many consider overturning the country's controversial policy.
An Italian court has annulled a woman's marriage and denied her spousal support after she told friends that she didn't have a problem with open marriage.