The longtime Democratic senator from Massachusetts will be mourned on 'every continent,' said British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Wednesday.
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.
Obama is in a bind, given his no-tax campaign pledge. But the recession, stimulus spending, and higher interest on national debt are ballooning federal deficits, perhaps to risky levels.
Remembrances of the Democratic senator, excerpted here, come from those of all political stripes.
Sen. Edward Kennedy had his share of verbal gaffes – some of them costly – but he will also be remembered as an impassioned orator.
Massachusetts legislators are deciding whether to change the law to allow the governor to appoint a temporary replacement.
Media reports Tuesday suggest that Pyongyang is prepared to discuss its nuclear program with the US – a significant step back from recent brinksmanship.
After a beautiful landscape reemerged, a new plan for Lake Powell water usage has taken shape.