The defiant governor quotes Tennyson and vows to fight the charges against him.
A look at skills among the youngest could change how preschools teach children.
Readers write about why President Bush may not be given a lot of credit, the need for Nicaragua to work with international donors, and how the time has come for compassion in Gaza.
Personal consumption may fall this year to levels not seen since 1942, some economists say.
The rise in December's unemployment rate to 7.2 percent shows the economy is ‘cratering.’
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John Atta Mills took the oath of office Wednesday after a closely contested race.
Violence has plummeted and US forces are pulling back, but the year ahead will test the staying power of gains throughout the country.