Remembrances of the Democratic senator, excerpted here, come from those of all political stripes.
Sen. Edward Kennedy had his share of verbal gaffes – some of them costly – but he will also be remembered as an impassioned orator.
Massachusetts legislators are deciding whether to change the law to allow the governor to appoint a temporary replacement.
Media reports Tuesday suggest that Pyongyang is prepared to discuss its nuclear program with the US – a significant step back from recent brinksmanship.
Unless the valves are in working order, Discovery will remain Earthbound. Previous shuttle missions have encountered problems with the components, too.
A report by the Centers for Disease Control, released Tuesday, raises concern about Washington’s potential response to the H1N1 virus.
One of the groups behind California's Proposition 8 said this week that it will seek to ban same-sex marriage in the state through a referendum. The state Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in April.
The White House predicts $9 trillion in red ink from 2010 to 2019. But the Congressional Budget Office estimates $7 trillion. What's an ordinary taxpayer to make of the confusing numbers?
The Senate is likely to confirm him, but not without asking things like 'How soon will you raise interest rates?'
The Libyan leader's plan to attend the UN Assembly next month could be overshadowed by anger over his role in welcoming home the Lockerbie bomber last week.
The Afghan, who said tortured into falsely confessing that he attacked US troops, has spent nearly one third of his life in the detention center.