Citing dreary job numbers, some economists see the first 'recession election' since 1980.
With a weak dollar, America is a great buy for foreigners, yet visits are falling.
Courts have upheld routine checks of Americans' hard drives at the border. Critics say they're anything but routine.
Courts have upheld routine checks of Americans’ hard drives at the border. Critics say they’re anything but routine.
Slashed funding and rising costs are forcing school districts to cut back, even close down.
The Transportation Department has proposed regulations that require railroads to assess routes for shipping dangerous chemicals.
A $10 increase in the price of a barrel of oil can lower GDP by about 0.2 percent.
Math bees and science smackdowns for teen brainiacs are on the rise, along with efforts to fuel interest in those fields.
The 'jeep of the future' is expected to be safer for troops and more fuel efficient.
The Awami National Party, which leads the ruling coalition in the crucial North West Frontier Province, espouses a nonviolent approach to tackling extremism.