Cities in Texas, North Carolina, and California dominated the top 10 list of fastest-growing US cities in 2008.
The idea of a government-paid national healthcare system hasn’t gotten very far in the Washington debate.
Leftists are urging Hondurans rise up against the coup leaders while conservatives denounce Sunday's ouster of President Zelaya.
Key challenges remain, including the discontent of former Sunni insurgents recruited by the US and credited with improving security.
Although both countries claim the military exercises are simply for practice, some wonder if the old dispute is again flaring.
A new survey finds President Obama enjoys an international approval rating of 61 percent, proving he isn’t just an American favorite.
The coup happened apparently against US wishes, showing the erosion of America’s influence in a region it once controlled.
The Supreme Court on Monday reversed a decision that she had made as part of a three-judge panel. The case centered on issues of race and discrimination.