One forecasting group says the U.S. is on the verge of recession, while European economists are talking about what kind of recession Europe will endure.
The fate of a queen, Italian politics and some "lost" Beethoven: all the news that's fit to link.
As more states consider strict immigration laws like those in Arizona and Alabama, one name keeps coming up: Kris Kobach. He's the Kansas Secretary of State who helped many states shape a tough approach to illegal immigration. And he says there...
Census data released this week may indicate more than just a change in numbers. Some demographers say the stigma of homosexuality is easing, emboldening more people to disclose their same-sex partnerships. As evidence, some of the biggest...
Bloomberg reports Google, Apple and Cisco have an army of 160 lobbyists fighting for a tax break that could cost the U.S. almost $80 billion. Now, they've hired another well-connected lobbyist to help.
The U.S. sold bunker buster bombs to Israel in 2009, a recent report details. No U.S. officials have talked openly about why the bunker busters were provided to Israel but speculation falls most heavily on the Iranian nuclear program.
U.S.-born Anwar al-Awlaki, who was accused of having ties to a number of plots against the U.S., was killed Friday in Yemen. Also thought to be killed in the drone strike was another American, Samir Kahn, the editor of al-Qaida's English-...
Ambassador Robert Ford said the attack was serious and that protesters threw concrete blocks at his convoy.
Anwar al-Awlaki may have been one of the most wanted men in the world, but he hadn't been convicted of a crime in American or international courts. Civil liberties groups are arguing the Obama administration may have gone too far by killing...
Even abortions that technically qualify for public funding often don't get reimbursement. In those cases, the fees were paid by the women themselves, by abortion providers or by nonprofit abortion funds.