Palestinian negotiator Erekat calls it a 'slap in the face,' while the White House calls the speech 'an important step forward.'
The apocalyptic pronouncements from Pyongyang have a silver lining: They may be motivating the world to take unprecedented action against the North.
He has made an effort to reach out to Iran. But charges of vote fraud and a crackdown on protesters there this weekend make it harder for the president to maintain that course.
The goal is to make reform deficit neutral, including trims in Medicare and Medicaid.
Voters flocked to the polls to weigh in on the country's faltering economy and aggressive foreign policy.
His idea of a public insurance plan to compete with private ones is meeting resistance. Will the alternative of health insurance 'cooperatives' suffice?
Did alleged attacker Abdulhakid Mujahid Mohammed act on his own, or was he a trained jihadist?