The Massachusetts Audubon Society’s Birding by Ear program helps the blind experience birding through their sense of hearing and smell.
As states face cutbacks in budgets, some are shutting down unemployment offices and replacing unemployment councilors with computers.
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have already cost the United States about $2.5 trillion, and researchers expect the price tag to reach some $4 trillion.
Washington's past compromises now plagues its policy throughout the Arab World: supporting an unpopular strongman in exchange for a military stronghold.
In the past three years, the U.S. Military has overwhelmingly exceeded their recruitment goals in all branches -- a military couple explains why they enlisted.
The oil pipeline running from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico would provide oil and create jobs, but environmentalists want President Obama to say no to project.
After the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, archaeologists are finding artifacts that shed new light on the Native American tribes that once lived on the Gulf Coast.
The former assistant secretary in the Department of Homeland Security reflects on 9/11 and how the U.S. has borne the tragedy.
Obama administration's guidelines for 9/11 commemorations stress public service and remembrance in place of freedom rallies or nationalistic pride.
Bad land-use, urban sprawl and cost-cutting measures by utilities leave US vulnerable to destruction caused by Hurricane Irene and other recent natural disasters.