With help from a climate-conscious nordic town, four U.S. families lessen their carbon footprint.
There’s no doubt that the tea party movement is having political impact. But activists at the Tea Party Convention in Nashville have very different ideas about how to proceed, and there's internal struggle.
The Haitian government on Thursday charged 10 American missionaries with abduction. Haiti's ambassador to the US promised "compassion" and said the case shows the world that the government will continue to enforce the rule of law.
Giant Panda Tai Shan eats and apple off his farewell celebratory frozen cake at the National Zoo in Washington on Jan. 30. The 4-year-old panda was sent to China on Thursday to become part of a breeding program there.
Not if President Obama partners with Saudi King Abdullah for an urgent rebuilding effort.
Coats for Cubs program of the Humane Society uses donated fur coats to comfort orphaned or impaired wildlife.
Rita Buchanan is an accomplished garden author and expert on plants used for dyeing.
Taking a cue from the GOP's success in 1994, the 'tea party' movement is putting together a Contract from America – a platform for the 2010 elections culled from thousands of suggestions.
A federal jury Thursday convicted a former Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) lawyer for participating in 'pump-and-dump' schemes, where demand for a stock is pumped up by false statements before the shares are dumped for a large profit.
President Obama announced 13 high-speed rail projects worth $8 billion Thursday. It is an 'important beginning,' advocates say, aimed at several key population centers.