Tea-party pick Rand Paul won yesterday in Kentucky, Senator Arlen Specter lost his race in Pennsylvania, and Blanche Lincoln barely hung on to fight another day.
A new Nebraska abortion law could make its way to the Supreme Court. Instead of using evolving medical science to redefine when life begins, the court must hold that the due process clause’s primary guarantee of life make abortion unconstitutional.
It bans life without parole for crimes short of murder. By doing so, the Supreme Court confirms that youths do not think or behave like adults, and should not be treated like adults under the law.
China's support of a draft UN proposal for new sanctions against Iran comes after months of efforts by Obama to recover from his missteps with Beijing. What were the trade-offs?
Richard Blumenthal, a Democratic Senate candidate running in Connecticut, is facing questions over public statements he's made about his military service during the Vietnam war.
Americans trust community approaches, not pure individualism or big, federal government.
The United States is increasingly taking important issues – such as financial stability, climate change, and nonproliferation – outside the UN system.
Groups push not only for stronger regulation of Wall Street banks, but a greater emphasis on ethical business practices.
Obama must be patient as the Iran nuclear plan with Brazil and Turkey will likely falter. And then more allies can be won over to the sanctions strategy.
Given the nearly 6.5 billion non-Americans in the world and the tens of millions of those who would rather live in the United States, limits must be placed on immigration or the nation would be swamped with foreigners.
As NATO gets a strategic overhaul, Western allies must rebuild an international order that protects and promotes prosperity and security in the 21st century.
GM today reported earnings of $865 million in the first quarter, its first profit in three years.
As it celebrates its fifth anniversary, YouTube now serves 2 billion videos a day.