The coup happened apparently against US wishes, showing the erosion of America’s influence in a region it once controlled.
As the New Englander retires, he and Chief Justice John Roberts exchange warm letters of farewell – and a few verses of Robert Frost.
The Supreme Court on Monday reversed a decision that she had made as part of a three-judge panel. The case centered on issues of race and discrimination.
For many of the 41 million Americans who rely on light trucks, new efficiency isn't worth the higher upfront cost.
Many African-Americans look past the controversies and cosmetic surgery to his achievements as a barrier-breaking musical star.
With just four companies manufacturing large commercial planes, any accident draws scrutiny to a firm.
The provision in Louisiana puts the state in the center of a national debate about where to set the bar for high school graduation.
He touted the climate bill over the weekend, and new lighting standards on Monday. Republicans say the US needs more energy supplies, too.
South Carolina’s Houdini governor had often given security the slip. But his audacious Argentine tryst was unwittingly foiled by a fellow Republican.
The high court won't intervene in free-speech case involving a church's antigay demonstrations.
The Supreme Court rules 5 to 4 that officials in New Haven, Conn., violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act in throwing out the results of a promotion exam.
A 'common' standard for K-12 education is in the works.
GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham, who voted to impeach President Clinton, cites the former president as an example of someone whose on-the-job performance trumped personal problems.
Long defined by what they are not, nonbelievers increasingly try to define what they are.
A Navy missle shot it down when it started to fall from the sky. But the cause of the satellite's failure is still unknown.