Readers write about why US foreign-aid is vital in the global fight against disease, the middle ground between doctors' and patients' rights, and why talking to Hamas may not be a good idea.
But automakers are encouraged by a recent increase in showroom traffic.
The president meets with skeptics in his own party to boost support for his $3.6 trillion plan.
But how much will they cost Americans, particularly during a recession?
The US has said it won't use destroyers to shoot missiles down. But they could gather intelligence.
The deaths in North Carolina and California follow other high-profile shootings in recent weeks.
The growing trend of teenagers sending seminude photos of themselves over cellphone presents a dilemma to parents and schools.
Elaine Showalter’s absorbing tour of the American women writers’ pantheon.
Readers write about the need for sustainable, eco-friendly jobs, why it's time women took the lead in world affairs, why the US must take strong action against Mexican drug violence, and how sanctions reflect our values.