A note left on a school wall in the town of Ciudad Juárez last month threatened to harm kindergartners. The note was suspected to be left by drug traffickers.
The president-elect went public this week to reassure Americans he’s on top of the economic crisis.
Democratic control of Washington brings unity but also new demands.
Many economists agree another stimulus package is necessary. Some are skeptical about its benefits.
Her better-than-expected performance Thursday probably won’t do much for a weakened McCain campaign.
Those sinking in the wake of the real estate plunge get different treatment. For the overall economy, it makes sense.
The US Northeast will obtain oil, gas, and nuclear energy from projects costing $16 billion. But locals fear new initiatives will lead to pollution and negative health effects.
Bolivians vote Sunday on the fate of President Evo Morales and other top officials.
He burnished his foreign policy credentials, analysts say, but will his Berlin speech backfire?