College rankings from U.S. News & World Report put five Ivy League schools in Top 10 best colleges. University of Maryland-Baltimore is up-and-comer in college rankings.
President Obama could face reelection at a time of 9 percent unemployment. But Election 2012 is not a slam dunk for the GOP, analysts say. Obama has ways to counter the bad news.
College rankings are done each year by the monthly magazine, US News and World Report. Harvard and Princeton are the top two rated universities in the latest college rankings.
NAACP leaders on Tuesday called on the 'tea party' to repudiate racist elements and activities in its midst. Tea partyers say the NAACP is all wrong. Poll data offer a more nuanced picture.
Scientists have studied the time of day when summer rains are likely to hit all regions of the US.
A jury on Tuesday convicted Mayor Sheila Dixon of taking $600 worth of gift cards donated to the needy for her personal use. The verdict throws Baltimore politics into disarray.
The high unemployment number of 10.2 percent prompted Obama and his advisers to explain how they're on top of the situation.
Even some conservatives call the issue bogus. Meanwhile, the healthcare debate shifts to 'rationing.'
Florida's Jan. 29 race is the first with all GOP hopefuls contending in full.