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The heat wave suffocating much of the U.S. has set more than 1,000 record high temperatures as it moves east across the country. The National Weather Service said 32 states and the District of Columbia were under excessive-heat warnings or heat...
Andy Schleck has shaken up the 2011 Tour de France, attacking in the Alps on the race's hardest stage. Schleck made his move on the day's second intensely steep climb, bursting out of the pack that held rivals Cadel Evans and Alberto...
Louisiana State Rep. Noble Ellington is the national chairman of ALEC, a membership-only group that brings together state legislators, interest groups and corporate representatives to draft model bills. He responds to a series of pieces recently...
The American Legislative Exchange Council "is at the forefront of an effort to push business-friendly, conservative legislation at the state level," says reporter John Nichols. He discusses what recently leaked documents reveal about the...
The poll found that a majority of Americans want the U.S. to develop a new spacecraft, but prefer a private company do it.
One million seventh-graders were tracked for six years for the study, titled Breaking Schools' Rules. A finding that surprised even veteran educators: 60 percent of those students were suspended or expelled at least once between their seventh-...
Over the next few months the Transportation Security Administration says it will retrofit 241 of its 488 airport scanners with software that's so unrevealing anybody, including passengers, can look at the pictures.
After a 24 hour delay, Georgia is set to videotape the execution of Andrew Grant DeYoung, tonight. A court ordered the videotaping in connection with the execution appeal of another death row inmate. His attorneys argue a drug the state is using...
The president's interview with NPR comments came as negotiations continued between the Democratic president's White House and Republican leaders in Congress and amid conflicting reports about where those talks stand.
The 1965 Voting Rights Act has removed racial barriers for generations of black voters in the South. Now a legal challenge raises the question of just how much federal oversight election laws still need.