With the Tea Party in control, House Speaker John Boehner can do little but make empty promises.
Rick Santorum picks up endorsements from opponents of same-sex marriage in Iowa.
Sectarian conflict returns to Iraq after last U.S. troops pull out.
Occupy Wall Street protesters celebrated the movement's three-month anniversary by taking the fight to major ports.
Vaclav Havel and Kim Jong-Il were a study in contrasts—one a leader who inspired greatness, the other a dictator who instilled fear.
When it comes to financial hardship, American Airlines gets first-class treatment—the rest of us fly economy.
Even with the federal judiciary stacked in their favor, Republicans still aren't happy.
Passage of the NDAA brings issues of indefinite detention and military trials to American shores.
As levels of student debt continue to rise, regulators have an opportunity to reform higher education.
Will GOP voters reconsider their dismissal of Rick Perry after last night's debate performance?
An aggressive federal enforcement effort targets online piracy—and threatens the open Internet.
In the GOP nomination fight, money trumps morality.
The Israeli government is fine with "breaking the rule of law"—as long as it's state-sanctioned.
Right-wingers are just as fond of attaching demands to must-pass legislation across the pond.
The end of the Iraq War marks a victory for progressives, but tough work lies ahead.