Bike sharing programs are popping up in major cities all over the United States. Offering a flexibility that trains and buses can't match, shareable bikes are expected to become more widely available -- including in Chicago, among the largest cities to offer a bike-share program.
As the 82nd Attorney General of the United States, will Eric Holder be remembered best as the man who eased up on drug sentencing, the man who refused to prosecute financial institutions, or will his legacy be marked by other accomplishments or failures?
Iona Rozeal Brown's art fuses two distinctly different cultures into paintings that jar the audience with their atypical styles. Brown, an African American, grew up with an appreciation for Japanese culture. That appreciation and her own roots come together in her art.
President Obama has nominated Senator John Kerry as his next Secretary of State. Kerry heads the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and is expected to win easy confirmation from his colleagues in the chamber.
Gary Younge, a columnist for the British newspaper The Guardian, tells anchor Marco Werman why he thinks the notion that America might vote in a black president now seems like little more than a banal fact of life.