Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen is back in town for St. Patrick's Day. Obama's staff might want to double check the teleprompter...
Obama will sit for an interview with Fox News anchor Bret Baier, to be broadcast Wednesday at 6 p.m., Eastern time.
On St. Patrick's Day, a look at how three well-known traditions came to be.
House Democrats are considering a package of 'fixes' to the Senate healthcare reform bill. Among the demands: lowering the cost of the bill and removing sweetheart deals for some states.
Attorney General Eric Holder said the possibility of capturing Osama bin Laden alive is 'infinitesimal.' He spoke in response to sharp questioning Tuesday by House Republicans about prospective risks of some day putting the Al Qaeda leader on trial in a US civilian court.
Rep. Joe Sestak is in a tough primary race against Obama-backed Senator Arlen Specter. White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs for the first time responded to questions about whether the White House offered Sestak a post to lure him out of the race.
House Democrats may use a procedure that allows them to 'deem' the Senate's healthcare reform bill passed without actually having to take a direct vote on it.
Google's struggles with censorship in China carry lessons for others who would do business there, and for proponents of an open Internet.
The Justice Department is highlighting cases where tax preparers filed for fraudulent tax refunds in a bid to discourage would-be tax cheats.
The 4.4 magnitude LA earthquake rattled the city Tuesday morning. Experts say it is impossible to tell whether small quakes are a sign that other bigger ones may follow.
For a paparazzi-hounded Tiger Woods, there couldn’t be a better place to return from scandal than the genteel and oh-so-private bastion of the Masters' Augusta National Golf Club.
Attorneys for Lawrence Reynolds claimed Ohio's three-drug lethal injection cocktail was 'flawed,' so it became the first state to use a one-drug method. The execution is scheduled for Tuesday.
The Asian carp has gobbled up headlines as it makes its way toward the Great Lakes. Six frequently asked questions about the invasive species of fish.
Invasive Asian carp traveled up the Mississippi River to Lake Michigan, threatening the regional economy as well as the environment.
Phuong Quoc Truong was part of the 'Tran Organization,' a card counting ring that bilked 27 Indian tribal casinos out of millions over eight years.
The Obama administration is proposing fundamental changes to the Bush-era No Child Left Behind education reform policy, such as dropping the strict yearly progress goals.
Census 2010 has only 10 questions, which should take about 10 minutes to fill out. Find out more about the census form headed your way.
More new immigrants are settling in mid-size metropolitan areas like Detroit and Minneapolis, according to a study released Monday.
As full body scanners make their O'Hare Airport debut Monday, two groups say the devices – which image a person's body – are immodest, and therefore are inconsistent with Islam.
China is protecting its green tech energy industries, says a new report by the National Foreign Trade Council. Moreover, Beijing is ordering big state-owned enterprises to favor Chinese manufacturers in their energy purchases, in violation of its WTO commitments, the report finds.