British singer Phil Collins performs during "Up Close & Personal: Phil Collins Plays '60s Motown and Soul" during the 44th Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland, on Thursday. The show features Collins's interpretations of the biggest hits from the '60s.
An angora goat reaches up to kiss her mother in a pen alongside Kircher Creek Road, just northeast of Miles City, Mont. Angoras are raised primarily for their fleece, called mohair.
Antiwar protesters rush the stage at Karl Rove's Beverly Hills book signing.
Gallup's latest poll on healthcare reform, conducted after the bill's passage, shows almost half the public approving. Nearly 4 in 5 Republicans, however, are 'angry' or 'disappointed.'
After seven years in Iraq and nine in Afghanistan, residents of York, Pa., talk about how the wars have become like a screen saver: always there but rarely acknowledged.
Daylight Saving Time is upon us. Turns out, not every place in the world goes for this one-hour loss in a good night's sleep. Hint: Pasty northerners like it.
The Obama team is introducing a new formula for counting who is poor in America, but it won't be used to decide who qualifies for government aid. Reason for the change: Existing poverty formula, dating from the 1960s, doesn't capture modern expenses such as child care and healthcare.
When high school teachers refused to work extra hours without pay, Central Falls, R.I., fired them all. Will that improve performance?
This reader owes more than $9,000 on a 2006 Chevy Cobalt she wants to sell. Should she take the loss?