The Pope's Easter Mass was the culmination of Holy Week, but the Vatican will still be busy in the coming days, preparing for next week's beatification of Pope John Paul II. Despite the festivities, criticism remains over the...
The tiny but influential Arab nation was the first Arab state to join the allied effort to stop the bloodshed in Libya. A third of its fighter-jet fleet is now on the Souda air base on the Greek island of Crete. The Qataris, working alongside the...
Normally, when a college player has health concerns or disciplinary issues, his NFL stock goes down. This year, though, teams are clamoring to draft Robert Quinn a kid with a tumor in his head who was suspended from college football for life.
Thousands of pages of secret military reports obtained by The New York Times and shared with NPR put a name, a history and a face on some of the hundreds of men held at the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay.
Hundreds of secret military documents show inconsistencies in the way the Pentagon assessed the threat posed by those held in the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay.
Savannah State University President Earl G. Yarbrough said administrative differences with the Georgia Board of Regents led to his unexpected departure. The regents voted Tuesday not to renew Yarbrough's contract. He has been president of the...
The groundbreaking reggae and dub producer stays relevant: He now influences electronic music.
From bankrupt orchestras to the Pulitzer Prize, it all happened this week in classical music.
President Obama returned from a trip to the West Coast with a few million dollars more in his re-election campaign's bank account thanks to Hollywood glitterati and other donors. But the real world managed to intrude on the trip as well: gas...
It doesn't take much prompting to get Obama started on the subject of gas prices. The president is quick to talk about the challenges American drivers face, but he's offering little in the way of short-term relief.