The prosecution of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, accused of killing 13 in the Fort Hood shooting last November, may never reveal his motives – or touch the possibility of a larger terror conspiracy.
Sarah Palin has called for Republican candidates to adhere to the tea party's anti-tax, small-government message. John McCain has endorsed this position.
Down a game to the Rangers, the Yankees are pinning their hopes for Game 4 on A.J. Burnett, one of the worst pitchers in the American League in the second half of the season. Why is that?
California's 2008 law to limit greenhouse-gas emissions is seen as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's biggest achievement. If it is undone by Proposition 23, other similar laws could follow, experts say.
24,000 pounds of frozen vegetables sold at Kroger and Walmart have been recalled for suspicion of containing glass fragments.
Local police shot and killed a college football star, Danroy Henry, in New York, but witnesses say the police story is not accurate and they demand justice.
After a deadly mountain goat attack in Washington, authorities say the goat was known as aggressive.
What is the 'Aqua Buddha' and why did it turn a Senate debate between Democrat Jack Conway and Republican Rand Paul of Kentucky into the 'nastiest' of Election 2010'? It's classic attack politics.
President Obama has filmed a cameo on the TV show 'Mythbusters,' and when it airs Dec. 8 we'll all know if he can pronounce Archimedes. Meanwhile, students brought science projects galore to the White House on Monday.
Israel is used to weathering criticism at the United Nations, particularly over settlement activity. But now, Palestinians and their supporters are threatening to seek Security Council intervention.
The Internet has already had a profound effect on national campaign finance. Now, it is beginning to impact local politics, too.
The premier TV sports matchup Monday is not the pairing of premier southpaws from the Rangers and Yankees, it's the ALCS against Monday Night Football.
President Obama will make a campaign swing through the West and Midwest this week, targeting five races the Democrats desperately want to win.
Rand Paul demanded an apology during a nationally televised debate Sunday night, denouncing the commercial as false and calling himself a 'pro-life Christian.'
Presidential press conferences and official speeches are commonplace on TV, but less-formal appearances are rare for the commander in chief. President Obama's appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" Tuesday got us thinking: Which other sitting presidents have appeared on TV? Read on for six more examples.
DeSean Jackson of the Eagles was hurt in a second quarter collision with Atlanta's Dunta Robinson in Sunday's NFL matchup. A pair of Cleveland Browns were also injured Sunday by helmet-to-helmet hits in their game with the Steelers.
Tea Party Express launches its last tour of the 2010 campaign in (guess where) Sen. Harry Reid's home state of Nevada with an event headlined by (guess who) Sarah Palin.
The lawyers of a Texas death row inmate say he is ineligible for capital punishment because he is mentally retarded, but judges have disagreed. The Supreme Court won’t take up his appeal.
In some key Senate and governors' races, the 'left coast' of California, Washington, and Oregon isn't tilting toward GOP as much as the rest of the country. Why not?
Three Massachusetts felons alleged that the commonwealth violated the Voting Rights Act when it passed a referendum stripping incarcerated felons of the right to vote.