Equality California said Wednesday it is targeting the 2012 election. But other groups want to do it next year. The rift could hurt their campaign.
Most people aren't shouting-match mad, but polls show they do relate to protesters' concerns about US debt, health reform, and bailouts.
They want to ensure that as many Afghans as possible can vote in next week's presidential polls.
The national games offer more than 800 summer-sports events. The competition is keen – but the broader focus remains on healthy lifestyles.
But two researchers say it will be a slightly reduced hurricane season, partly because of a developing El Niño.
A rare storm system over Titan's tropics help explain the region's unique liquid-carved landscape.
In announcing a $30 million border security plan Tuesday, she sought to emphasize how the administration is shifting priorities.
The healthcare battle has helped push immigration reform into next year, when midterm elections may make the task even harder.
He's trying to appeal to Americans who are satisfied with their health plans, but many remain skeptical that the administration's plan would help them.
This time, it's about politics, not an Argentine mistress. A state senator is investigating whether the governor used state money inappropriately on his travels.
She had refused $28 million in US stimulus funds, but the legislature voted on Monday to override her veto. Will that close the Palin era in Alaska politics?
The raft of ethics complaints against Palin has lawmakers mulling changes to the law, and Palin herself still needs to report a 'garage full' of gifts.
Virulent meetings over healthcare reform lead some in Congress – especially Democrats – to seek less public ways to engage voters.
Supporters say it's time to surge, Iraq-style. Opponents say the US should wait to see if the extra 21,000 troops already on the way have an effect.
Rolf Mowatt-Larssen, a former CIA counterterrorism expert, lays out his ideas on how to prevent the spread of nuclear materials on the black market – including the controversial 'Armageddon test.'
The accomplishments of John F. Kennedy's sister range from founding the Special Olympics to establishing major centers to study medical ethics.
Where no anthems play, the world's foremost feel-good sports festival attracts athletes from around the world