Congress may vote to repeal the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy on gay soldiers as early as this week.
As the Gulf oil crisis grows, NASA’s unrivalled expertise and experience in extreme remote environments make it a great candidate to fix the leak.
Democracies need to hang together, as Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama discovered in deciding not to reduce the American military presence.
'Fair Elections' reform would allow public servants like those in Congress to focus on policy, not fundraising.
Shouldn’t the world welcome the actions of two significant, responsible, democratic, and rational states to intervene and help check the foolishnesses of decades of US policy on Iran?
More teens are beginning to realize the dangers of texting while driving. That's a good start toward halting a dangerous practice that needs as much vigilance as stopping drunk driving or fastening seat belts.
I used to ride my bike to work on quiet Sundays, then gave it up when my work schedule changed. Concerns about traffic and safety on the streets of Washington, DC deterred me. National Bike to Work Day prompted me to try again. Here's what happened.
The United Nations' response to the ship sinking by North Korea needs to be forceful enough to also remind South Koreans that the world wants them to remain vigilant, not indifferent.
After a steep drop yesterday, the Dow is officially in correction territory for 2010.
I'm not an activist. But the BP oil spill prompted to me to commit to using less petroleum.
The president of the World Uighur Congress calls on China's government to end policies of repression against Uighurs in Western China.