Police in Lahore, Pakistan, say multiple teams are investigating the abduction of an American working with a US consulting company. So far the kidnappers haven't contacted Warren Weinstein's colleagues for ransom.
Readers write in to join the dialogue on whether the US military still has a clear purpose.
'Arlington Ladies' at Arlington National Cemetery offer help to families and express gratitude for the lives of veterans.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates meets with troops at Combat Outpost Andar in Ghazni Province, Afghanistan, on June 6. Mr. Gates visited with troops on the ground in the south and east of the country for the final time as Defense Secretary before his retirement on June 30.
Unemployment increased to 9.1 percent in May, and only 54,000 new jobs were created. Economists point to lingering impacts of the tsunami plus rising food and gas prices.
With the euphoria over the Arab Spring wearing off, President Obama is sending top aides to the Middle East to address worsening violence in Yemen and fears of renewed civil strife in Sudan.
Fake Tupac story: the PBS NewsHour website took down a fake Tupac story that they say was posted by hackers.
New York's governor and Democratic leaders agree to cap local property taxes to 2 percent. But local taxpayers should decide that.
Medvedev poses for a photograph as he visits a Buddhist monastery in the village of Verkhnaya Ivolga in Buryatia, Russia, in 2009.
Habitat destruction drives species extinct more slowly than previously thought, according to a new model described in this week's Nature. 'We have bought a little time for saving species,' says scientist.