Known as "Dr. Death," Kevorkian was 83. He had claimed to have assisted in at least 130 suicides. Convicted of second-degree murder in the late '90s, he spent eight years in prison.
The dunes sagebrush lizard may become an endangered species, but it's protection may come at the cost of jobs along the Texas-New Mexico border. Beth Henary of The Weekly Standard writes on why this would put families at risk.
The news is weaker than had been expected.
President Ali Abdullah Saleh is alive and will soon go on TV to address his nation, government officials say. Earlier, opposition forces had claimed he was killed.
All this talk about the "debt ceiling" can get a little cumbersome. The Root's Cynthia Gordy has made a helpful list of nine things to know about the federal debt and what it means for you if the jargon has you overwhelmed.
The Herman Cain train has taken off, but can the former Godfather's Pizza CEO deliver a Republican win? Ed Kilgore of The New Republic questions the GOP hopeful's rhetoric and whether he's a legitimate nominee.
The Democratic politician's lawyers contend the payments were gifts from friends. Prosecutors allege they were political donations that should have been reported.
The latest job numbers reveal the economic pain that continues to wrack Americans, and could complicate President Obama's 2012 reelection aims. As pressure increases from his party's liberal wing to refocus on job creation, the political...
A government official told The Associated Press that President Ali Abdullah Saleh and four top officials the prime minister, the deputy prime minister, the parliament chief and a presidential aide were wounded when rockets hit the building.
Employers hired only 54,000 new workers in May, the fewest in eight months, and the unemployment rate rose to 9.1 percent, the Labor Department said.