As Al Gore delivered his testimony to Congress on the urgency of addressing climate change Wednesday, snow and ice blanketed the nation from Oklahoma to New England, snarling commutes, knocking out power for hundreds of thousands, and providing an apparent irony that is too rich for some commentators to ignore.
Supporters see the plan's $24 billion on renewables as a first step toward a new energy economy.
The president-elect, an avid basketball player, has a good jump shot. Bill Clinton was creative with his scoring on the golf course. Richard Nixon liked bowling, while Herbert Hoover was a fanatical trout fisherman.
Be wary of putting money down when neighborhood kids set up a stand across the street selling ‘Discount Tattoos.’
America's historic Route 66 fascinates visitors from other countries.
Last month, a group of American adoptive parents traveled to Guatemala to donate $30,000 worth of food, toys, clothes, and shoes to 1,000 poor indigenous families.
Twenty-eight green groups compile 359 pages of suggestions, hoping for a green revival post-Bush.
Overlong drama set in the 1930s Outback earns epic tag for all the wrong reasons.