Pundits predict healthy growth in 2011 and fewer unemployed. But housing and state budgets may struggle.
Money can make you happier – to a point – but not in the way you think.
A US lieutenant colonel in Iraq explains why progress in Iraq is happening on a grassroots level. Democracy and stability may still have a long way to go, but Iraqi citizens and security forces are taking back their communities, rooting our terrorists, and making peace.
North Korea is seen as an unpredictable 'spoiled child.' Iran is seen as a rational but aggressive nation. Each have nuclear programs, but pose unique problems for US security.
As troops in war zones become accustomed to directing civil society, rather than the other way around, and are lauded at home, concern rises within the military that some are coming to see themselves as 'warrior kings.' For Veterans Day, a closer look at this worry.
His home in foreclosure, Jack Stenner opened the empty property to virtual squatters in an eerie art installation.
Al Qaeda now hails Army Maj. Nidal Hasan, suspect in the Fort Hood shooting, as a 'trailblazer' for how to attack the US. Some analysts say that praise points up the group's organizational weakness.
German leader Angela Merkel bluntly says the 40-year experiment to integrate Turks and Germans has failed. But she's not abandoning the idea of assimilating immigrants in Germany. And neither should other countries, including the United States.
The suicide of Rutgers student Tyler Clementi has brought more attention to cyberbullying. A new study examines the scale of cyberbullying among US teens.