Germany's postwar internationalism seems to be giving way to parochialism.
American consumers can no longer borrow madly to buy so many goods from abroad. Shoppers in emerging nations must be the next engine of growth, some argue.
As several states begin receiving the swine flu vaccine, here is a Q-and-A on what parents can expect to happen at schools.
The show of force ahead of nuclear talks is a well-tested strategy. But only 1 in 10 Iranians support nuclear weapons, and many question the government's legitimacy after June elections.
The Facebook poll is just one of many examples of increasing vitriol and threats against Obama and the government.
Global stocks react negatively to a stronger Japanese Yen, weak US economic indicators
Sunday's missile tests come after the US, Britain, and France revealed Iran's secret nuclear facility, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is urging US lawmakers to act now.