For decades, most major pieces of social legislation – from healthcare to immigration to education – bore the imprint of Sen. Edward 'Ted' Kennedy, who died late Tuesday.
How the balance of power has shifted between the Republicans and Democrats.
Of the 182 construction permits granted by government commissions, 50 were abandoned in construction with billions in investment lost and 28 were closed before their 40-year licenses expired.
Chiang Kai-shek has been unfairly condemned by history, argues a new biography.
The Monitor spoke with the CBS anchorman, who died Friday, in a 1973 series of interviews with the three networks' broadcast journalists.
The Monitor's editorial from July 1969 on the accomplishments of the Apollo 11 mission and moon landing