'The View' will have President Obama as its only guest on this Thursday's broadcast. It will be the first time a sitting President has appeared on a daytime talk show.
Louisiana's coastal parishes prepare to evacuate as tropical storm Bonnie threatens to push remains of Gulf oil spill ashore.
The Obama administration hastily forced the resignation of a black Agriculture Department official, Shirley Sherrod, who was accused of racism. Shirley Sherrod was later exonerated. It's the second time in two summers that President Obama has become mired in a matter of race.
Shirley Sherrod said Thursday she wants to discuss racial issues with President Obama, who's "not someone who has experienced some of the things I've experienced in life."
A suicide bomber on Sunday killed at least 43 in an attack on members of the Sunni Awakening, which helped turned the tide against Al Qaeda in Iraq. Iraqis are concerned Al Qaeda could regain ground as the US pulls out its combat troops next month.
Erin Andrews, the ESPN reporter who was secretly videotaped, filed a lawsuit Thursday. Erin Andrews filed the suit against the hotels for negligence and invasion of privacy.
If confirmed, Jacob Lew will replace Peter Orszag, the highest-level Obama administration departure yet. Mr. Lew also served as budget director under President Clinton.
'Restrepo' offers frontline seats to Afghanistan's war, as Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington document a 15-month deployment of a U.S. platoon in the dangerous Korengal Valley.
LeBron James is moving to the Miami Heat to join best courtside buds Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. Currently, the league has no mechanism to address what some critics call player collusion.