T. Boone Pickens and Al Gore challenge the next president to remake the US energy industry.
The US is wising up about Pakistan, where Al Qaeda and the Taliban find safe haven.
This coming-out party is already tarnished by a worsening human rights record.
Events on the ground could cause Obama or McCain to carry out similar strategies.
The UN must suspend an indictment of Sudan's leader if it will bring a peace settlement.
People are driving less because of high gas prices. What else might they give up?
Panic over these federally backed mortgage giants shows why they must eventually be shrunk.
In a fierce legal battle, Islamists and secularists are undermining the very system that can help them.
While the G-8 sets vague goals on global warming, Beijing clears its polluted skies – by fiat.
Will a longer wildfire season force states in the West to focus on prevention?
Obama would enlist federally funded religious charities to lobby Congress for his goals.
Employee benefits like flex-time and showers for cyclists can save gas – and more.
Questioning Obama's or McCain's service to country is like asking if they love their wives.
A word of caution about great expectations for a new US president
The newly minted right to handguns in the home also comes with legal loopholes to exploit.
President Sarkozy wants to rejoin NATO's military command, a welcome move.
Congress risks the same mistake – giving home loans assuming prices are going up.
An industry that relies on government finds its market falters when subsidies do, too.
The best hope for ousting dictator Robert Mugabe is pressure from Zimbabwe's neighbors.
After the Midwest floods, the corn-ethanol lobby wants conserved land plowed up.