Barack Obama's Nobel Peace Prize is looking less and less like a shiny trophy for his mantel and more like a political lead anchor.
A Brazilian who, as a student in 1969, helped kidnap the US ambassador to Brazil was granted a visa. Paulo de Tarso Venceslau is now an economist.
The choice of President Obama for the Nobel Peace Prize is still being questioned around the world.
The two economists were awarded Nobel Prizes Monday. Eleven of the 13 Nobel Prizes went to Americans, but that's hardly an endorsement of the country's policies.
Arizona Senator John McCain was asked about tensions between his staff and his 2008 running mate Sarah Palin this morning on CNN.
Although he's been asked about tensions between his staff and his 2008 running mate Sarah Palin many times, Senator John McCain was asked about it today on CNN.
The Honduras-USA World Cup qualifier - always a tense match - takes on added significance give US backing for recently ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya
Editorialists around the country weigh in on Obama’s surprise Nobel Peace Prize. Some offer suggestions on who should have gotten the award. Others see liberal politics at play - a way to jab at George W. Bush.