The president pivots from foreign affairs to an issue that has stalled under his watch comprehensive immigration reform. His speech in El Paso is seen by critics as political theater, coming at a time when bipartisan efforts have dead-ended.
The March earthquake moved and sunk the city enough that it now faces daily flooding.
Supporters of a new law that expands the number of children who must use car booster seats say it will reduce injuries. Under the new rules, nearly all children ages seven and under will now have to sit in booster seats while riding in a car in...
A spokesman for Newt Gingrich says the former House speaker will announce Wednesday he is running for president.
Skip Barber Racing School will uproot its administrative offices from Connecticut to Braselton. The school is offered at more than 20 of America’s most prestigious race tracks.
Though he spent years as a Southern Baptist minister, the former Arkansas governor says he always considered politics his calling.
It's only the third time in the kingdom's history that a nationwide vote is taking place. Only men can vote and only men can serve on the councils. But few people are signing up to vote, and some Saudis are dismissing the upcoming...
Don't expect cheaper prices at the gas pump right away. It will take some time for cheaper crude to make its way through refineries to local service stations. And even though the economy is improving, demand has not returned to previous levels.
NATO's chief of operations and intelligence says Moammar Gadhafi is now unable to effectively communicate with his forces in the field and is having problems resupplying his troops. But Maj. Gen. Mark Ramsay acknowledges that it's proving...
Relief workers in Alabama have been working around the clock to tend to victims of last week's tornadoes. But for volunteers at the Alabama Wildlife Center south of Birmingham, they're dealing with some of the smallest victims, wild...