The University of Georgia could vote this week on whether to oppose a policy that requires the school to turn away illegal immigrants who apply for admission. The University Council will vote Thursday on whether to ask the state Board of Regents to...
A Northern California program offers a model for how parents can work with their kids to lose weight and keep it off. The approach is remarkably straight forward and successful.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sets off for Asia on Monday, and part of her trip will see her as the first U.S. secretary of state to visit Myanmar formerly known as Myanmar. Clinton says she's going to Myanmar to test the waters to see...
A presidential pledge to reduce emissions two years ago went nowhere in Congress. Today, the U.S. is spewing more carbon dioxide than ever into the atmosphere. Without meaningful U.S. action on emissions, a global pact seems unlikely to emerge from...
Daily exercise keeps arthritis from getting worse, doctors say. But a new study suggests that many adults with joint pain aren't trading in their Snuggies for water weights.
The obscure office responsible for authorizing the nation's health and safety regulations has been busy, according to a new study released Monday. The Center for Progressive Reform found that, under President Obama, the office has changed 84...
Voting has begun in Egypt, where the nation's first parliamentary elections are being held since the toppling of President Hosni Mubarak's regime nine months ago. So far turnout is high and things are going well a relief after last week...
The NATO air strike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers over the weekend could "rupture" already frayed relations between the U.S. and Pakistan.
Bernie Fine had been an assistant basketball coach for more than 35 seasons. He has said he's innocent of allegations that he molested young boys.
Other stories making headlines: Occupy LA protest "remains mostly peaceful;" key New Hampshire newspaper endorses Gingrich; Prince William assists in rescue at sea.