Prime Minister David Cameron cut his vacation short and added 10,000 police officers to the London streets. He said the rioters would be "confronted and defeated."
The 61-year-old endurance swimmer lasted 29 hours, in what her crew called "a heroic attempt."
New Yorker Washington correspondent Ryan Lizza spent four days with Michele Bachmann and her staff aboard their campaign jet in late June. His profile looks at the writers, beliefs and books that Bachmann has specifically mentioned as influences in...
The baggage we carry from our ethnic and national backgrounds can keep people poor but it can also change, and faster than you'd think. Charles Kenny of Foreign Policy talks about cultural revolution it's not just an American thing.
The president isn't going toward the center anytime soon, and neither is the budget. Fred Barnes of The Weekly Standard sees the president's insistence on tax hikes and increased government spending as evidence of a leader who is left and...
Clearly, something isn't working. The U.S. has been downgraded, the stock market is dropping and many Americans are unemployed. Jonathan Cohn of The New Republic believes the president is hinting at a stimulus package and, if so, it needs to...
The Labor Department delivered another piece of tepid news that doesn't bode well for hiring. That and more stories in today's news wrap.
The former GOP senator said the decisions that have to be made to control future debt will be "like giving dry birth to a porcupine"
The discovery will be a big disappointment to millions of women who started taking soy after the Women's Health Initiative showed in 2002 that estrogen supplements increase the menopausal women's risk of blood clots, stroke and...
New York Times reporter Andrea Elliot profiles the Brooklyn lawyer behind the anti-Shariah movement. She says David Yerushalmi "has come to exercise a striking influence over American public discourse about Shariah."