The Democratic lawmaker is under fire over her knowledge of harsh interrogation measures. What did she know and when did she know it?
Shades of Charles Dickens, critics say the controversial measures create debtors prisons
A state agency in Ohio asked older residents for their reminiscences, which range from tart to touching. Many include lessons for today.
Australian sculptor brings a rare civic vision to his geoglyphs the world over.
Evangelical Christians round up the faithful in barns and riding arenas.
They are still priced out of the housing market in many cities across the country, a new study concludes.
New federal standards could cut energy bills by about $16 billion by 2030.
Justices heard arguments Wednesday about whether a provision of the Voting Rights Act unfairly discriminates against jurisdictions in 16 states.