What could be more agrarian, or beautiful?
A Canadian study found that doctors, rather than well-intentioned family members, are more effective at keeping older patients and other drivers safe on the road.
Roger Goodell, the NFL commissioner, has spent his entire term saying he only wanted what was best for the sport. Monday's Packers vs. Seahawks game destroyed much of that goodwill.
The Burmese opposition leader, who's now a member of the country's Parliament, is urging an end to US sanctions against her impoverished nation.
Amidst arguments that voter ID laws are unfair toward minorities, a panel of judges will determine whether South Carolina's voter ID law should go into effect before the election, or in 2014.
Salmonella outbreak in 18 states has possible link to Trader Joe's Valencia Salted Peanut Butter. Trader Joe's issues recall as officials investigate 29 cases in salmonella outbreak.
Chris Chocola, president of the Club for Growth, sympathizes with the challenges Romney faces as a business executive running for office, but doesn't know how he will serve as president.
With the worst drought in recent memory driving corn prices up, farmers have been forced to buy what they can to feed their cows cheaply. Alternatives could be anything from orange peels to marshmallows.
On a visit to Washington, D.C., Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi received an honor from the U.S. Congress and discussed her struggle for democracy with activists and politicians.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Arizona police can start enforcing the law's "show me your papers" provision. Arizona immigrant rights groups suggest that illegal immigrants carry no documents.