Tiger Woods, who has won seven times at Firestone, struggled all day Thursday to shoot a 74, his worst round ever on the course and in the tournament. 'Just because I like the course doesn't mean I'm going to play well on it,' said Tiger Woods.
Republican State Leadership Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie says a $30 million effort to elect GOP party members at the state level will cause at least 10 legislative chambers to flip from Democrat to Republican in November – which could have a major impact on congressional redistricting.
Allowing all illegal immigrants 'safe passage' out of the country is one proposed solution to the tangle of problems presented by federal immigration reform and the Arizona immigration law.
In announcing the Race to the Top finalists Tuesday, Education Secretary Arne Duncan called the program part of ‘a quiet revolution’ under way in education reform.
Wyclef Jean's uncle, Raymond Joseph – who is Haiti's ambassador to the US – tells the Monitor that he is running for president this fall. Will the hip hop artist and his uncle team up – or compete against each other in Haiti's presidential campaign?
Corpse flower enthusiasts are the only ones who will appreciate the smell of Lois, a rare, six-foot corpse flower at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, which could release its aroma right in the middle of a wedding being held there this Saturday.
Florida vacation! Obama and family are headed down south in August.
Unemployment benefits extension was approved by the House of Representatives on Thursday. The bill now goes to President Obama for his signature.
During the half-mile walk to their house in the woods, the pace of life gradually tunes into nature's cycles.
Michelle Obama said in an online chat that she tries to stay away from discussions about weight with her daughters.