In an interview, Denise Bode, CEO of the American Wind Energy Association, says the industry needs a renewable energy mandate from the climate conference in Copenhagen and from Congress.
After Obama's session with Chinese students, the Monitor's language columnist considers the nuances of town meetings, town-hall meetings, and town-hall-style meetings.
Houston sets a record for early snow as pecan groves and cotton fields in the South get snow as well.
Pilgrims who braved the Mayflower were profoundly shaped by their 11 years in Leiden, Netherlands, where they arrived 400 years ago this year. Deeply devout, they were also some of the most tolerant among Puritan groups who headed to the new world.
Frequent visitors, the turkeys strut and scavenge and woo – but never when their son is home.
Thanksgiving is known for cranberries, but lingonberries make an excellent backyard substitute for gardeners in cooler climates.
Readers write about dressing children in camouflage, hurricane Katrina, Social Security, and Israel's stake in peace.
From Seattle to Huntsville, Ala., five cities are poised to prosper in the New Economy because of exports, innovation, clean technology, and healthcare.
Military recruits seek not just an adventure, but a much needed job.
Maine voters on Tuesday voted down a law that would have legalized gay marriage in the state. It became the 31st state to reject gay marriage at the ballot box.