Candidates in Haiti's upcoming election are looking to the Haitian community in the United States for both support and money.
Americans have become more polarized religiously over the past 50 years, but that may not continue into the future.
A new series of YouTube videos lets gay and lesbian teens know: "It gets better."
Homeowners aren't the only ones hurting in the foreclosure crisis. The waves of foreclosures are forcing some renters out of their homes, too.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel recently said that her country's guest worker program and their multicultural approach to society has failed. Experts discuss the state and
Music legend Phil Collins looks back on what makes great pop music and talks about his new album of covers, "Going Back."
The US relies heavly on private security forces for the war in Afghanistan, and some of those security workers hired to protect U.S. military bases
A new communications law mandates closed-captioning for all video broadcast on television and then posted on the internet. The 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility
If all the food that Americans waste were measured, it would amount to the equivalent of 350 million barrels of oil a year. That's about
American food subsidies and food aid to Haiti may be undermining Haiti's efforts to recover from disaster.