William and Janet Cohen want to use their experience as a mixed-race couple to start an open discussion on race in America.
Hamdan case tests special courts for 'illegal enemy combatants.'
It's a win for the Bush administration, which insists that Guantánamo proceedings are necessary to fight the war on terror.
The Episcopal Church is battling breakaway parishes over who owns the local assets.
His backtracking on a government-surveillance bill has outraged the liberal blogosphere.
Initiatives in three states would prohibit affirmative action in public realms.