Many inaugural addresses have droned on, dwelling on Roman history or forgotten legislative quarrels.
A Christian Science congregation in Washington wants to build a new structure, but preservationists are resisting.
Thorniest issue is over staffing for religious groups whose programs get federal funding. Can hiring be limited to adherents of their own faith?
Foreign licenses, such as the BBC's, could be yanked as Baku tilts away from the West.
A coalition force tasked with fishery protection would address a root cause of the crisis.
Beyond the anger over the church's support for a gay-marriage ban in California, some seek dialogue.
Richard Garriott, whose father was an astronaut, pays $30 million to go up Sunday to the International Space Station as a galactic tourist and working member of the space crew.
False rumors have tempered enthusiasm from this slice of the Democratic base.
To save money and time, many college students cook creatively in their dorms.