"I have been laboring in the glories of daily journalism for 52 years," he says, "36 of them here at the NewsHour and its earlier incarnations ... and there comes a time to step aside from the daily process, and that time has arrived...
The for-profit college industry has grown substantially in the past decade by targeting underprivileged students who qualify for federal loans, investigative journalist Daniel Golden says. But he says many of these students aren't getting what...
His bid to once again be the world's best golfer suffered another setback. Limping and appearing to be in pain, he was six-over-par after just nine holes.
He has seen nine "pretty graphic" photos, the senator says. Less graphic images of the al-Qaida leader's remains being prepared for burial at sea should be released, he says. Administration officials fear the photos could be used as...
On the morning of his much-touted health care speech Thursday in Ann Arbor, Mich., Romney woke up to a spanking on the conservative editorial pages of The Wall Street Journal, followed by a fusillade of criticism from Democrats as eager as the...
The muscles of obese rats don't change during weight gain to support their bigger bodies. The finding could shed light on the problems some overweight rats and humans have exercising.
Host Michel Martin continues the conversation about Uganda's "Anti-Homosexuality Bill" that is expected to go to a vote this Friday. The Associated Press reports that the original bill called for harsh punishments on gays and lesbians...
The uneasiness is being felt all along the poverty-stricken Delta as oozing floodwaters from the Mississippi River and its tributaries spilled across farm fields, cut off churches, washed over roads and forced people from their homes.
"Given the ongoing threats facing the United States, as well as the leadership transitions at other agencies like the Defense Department and Central Intelligence Agency ... continuity and stability at the FBI is critical at this time,"...
The president will ask Congress to keep Robert Mueller to in his job for an extra two years, the White House announced Thursday. FBI directors typically cannot serve any longer than 10 years.