American television may be doing more to fight violent extremists than American propaganda.
A genetically modified Atlantic salmon may soon be available in supermarkets. The company behind it insists it's more environmentally sustainable.
The United States has collected a massive amount of biometric data on Iraqis during the Iraq war. Some say that data is dangerous.
The Motor City has become an epicenter of scantily clad shimmies, but belly dancing is still controversial.
Technology is making it easy for Americans to see tons of films from the rest of the world. Getting them to watch, however, is a challenge.
The Obama administration bans oil drilling in new areas off the U.S. coast while the cause of the oil spill off Louisiana is investigated.
In Miami, poets create on-demand verses for passers-by on manual typewriters -- the project is called the "Poem Depot."
Minority group advocates blast new EPA regulations on greenhouse gas emissions, saying they'll lead to job losses.
President Obama's proposed budget for NASA puts the US space agency on a new, commercial trajectory.
Broadway has brought figures like Jesus and Thomas Jefferson to the stage; Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti is the latest.