"Thank You and Goodbye" was the headline of Britain's biggest selling newspaper Sunday, The News of the World. After 168 years, amid an escalating scandal of phone hacking, the paper published its last issue.
The Americans are moving on to the semifinals after one of the most riveting games in the history of the Women's World Cup beating Brazil 5-3 on penalty kicks after a 2-2 tie.
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh must "expeditiously" sign a deal that would have him transfer power to his vice president and step down, the White House counterterrorism chief told Saleh in a meeting at a hospital where the Yemeni...
There's no question the economic recovery is going slowly. There's also no question that the gap between rich and poor Americans has grown wider than any time since the Great Depression. Analysts explore the links between income inequality...
President Obama and the eight top House and Senate leaders assembled in the White House Cabinet Room for a rare Sunday session, less than 24 hours after House Speaker John Boehner abandoned plans to negotiate a massive $4 trillion deal for reducing...
Starting in January, Georgia’s new immigration law requires companies with 500 workers or more to use the federal E-Verify system to ensure their employees can work here legally. Over the next year, smaller employers will be phased in in two waves....
The national spotlight on Atlanta’s school-cheating scandal has caused other school districts to take stock and begin taking action to prevent such widespread cheating in their schools. Testing leaders in districts around Georgia said that while the...
If only all the speed and strength of youth could be channeled into power. Turns out, it can. Some colleges and universities have started converting energy from exercise equipment into electricity.
Director Peter Brook brings his penchant for cutting and rearranging to Mozart's lavish opera, reducing it to seven singers, a piano and a bare stage (save for some bamboo sticks).
On Sunday, President Obama sits down with congressional leaders to continue work on a deficit-cutting plan. Many lawmakers see that plan as a prerequisite for raising the government's debt ceiling.