Fifty years after King's March on Washington, young civil rights activists push dreams of their own.
Staff Sgt. Robert Bales pleaded guilty in June to killing 16 Afghan villagers last year. On Friday, he was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
The potential impeachment of President Obama has been a topic at a number of home-state meetings held by GOP lawmakers this month. Sen. Tom Coburn is the latest to discuss the possibility.
The White House has reportedly picked the members of a panel that will review US intelligence and communications technologies. President Obama has asked the panel to issue a final report by year's end.
On Nov. 5, New Yorkers will elect the city’s 109th mayor. Often called “the second toughest job in America,” the office has been held by locomotive drivers, jazz composers, and one of the world’s richest men. Some have been scoundrels, some heroes, and some a mix of both. But all have been men, and all but one white.How much do you know about the cast of colorful characters who have led the sprawling metropolis some have called the “capital of the world?”