Firearms sales have their cycles, but types of buyers – and their motivations – have shifted.
American merchant sailors showed their mettle in retaking a hijacked ship, but piracy off Somalia continues to vex the international community.
Calm deliberation marks the reaction, for the most part, to Friday's landmark court decision.
The House and Senate both approved budget resolutions of about $3.5 trillion, backing key Obama priorities such as green energy and healthcare reform.
The unanimous ruling held that the state's same-sex marriage ban was unconstitutional.
Beverley Nichols, British author, still charms readers with his enthusiasm.
Some 40 percent of foreclosure-related evictions involve renters. Congress and 13 states weigh giving them greater protection.
Permanent home swaps, while complex arrangements, are gaining momentum – 8,000 a month by one estimate.
Since sunlight and wind can be unreliable, renewable utilities install big backups.