Some 1.5 million homes are sitting vacant in the United States, shaking confidence and changing the landscape throughout the country.
Fabrice Tourre, a mid-level Goldman Sachs employee, is the only person on Wall Street to have been sued because of the financial crisis. Is he a test case or a scapegoat?
The United States has the largest prison population in the world. Some say that flogging would be more humane for some lawbreakers than imprisonment.
The United States employed state-of-the-art technology to hunt down Osama Bin Laden that gives a view into the state of the modern military.
Teens have filed lawsuits in all 50 states and federal court to force government officials to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Republicans and companies have attacked the EPA's proposed new rules aimed at cutting air pollution, but the EPA's delay has raised concerns that the Obama administration could be putting politics above public health.
Over Memorial Day, President Obama announced new nominations to top military positions.
Tornado-wracked Joplin, Missouri, hosted President Obama on Sunday. He was there to assure tornado victims that they would not be forgotten.
An Alabama woman has started a Facebook page to return photos and other treasures that were swept away by the recent tornadoes.
Butcher shops that sell lion meat may not be breaking any laws, but they're delving into a murky area of exotic meats with little regulation.