Bill and Hillary Clinton are seen with their baby daughter, Chelsea, in 1980.
Readers write in about the US Civil War and Africa's agricultural promise.
In announcing the Race to the Top finalists Tuesday, Education Secretary Arne Duncan called the program part of ‘a quiet revolution’ under way in education reform.
Storm chasers have wrapped up the most dangerous stage of a comprehensive study on how tornadoes form.
As temperatures rise, marmots are becoming larger, fitter, and more numerous, a new study has found.
An unfinished $1 million power canal in Afghanistan’s Badakhshan Province is part of a larger $60 million USAID project that largely failed in its goal to win hearts and minds in efforts through postwar rebuilding.
President Obama wants comprehensive immigration reform, and he’s suing to block Arizona’s tough new law. But most Americans – including many Democratic officials – are against him.
Alberto Contador today shaved 10 seconds off the lead of Andy Schleck in the Tour de France Stage 12. Lance Armstrong's Team RadioShack took the overall team lead.
Acadia National Park will receive Obama and his family today. But will this vacation, like seemingly every other outing, get cancelled or interrupted?