If not for a St. Louis scientist and a few of his colleagues, NASA may never have collected moon rocks.
Expectations are high that Obama will nominate a woman. Though female jurisprudence is not much different from that of male judges, women tend to be more pro-women's rights and to tilt more toward plaintiffs in sex-discrimination cases.
Commentators find deeper meaning in British singer's YouTube popularity.
Comprehension and other critical skills improve dramatically with one-on-one help from Experience Corps' volunteers, a new study shows.
The pushback against federal power began under Bush, but may now be accelerating.
On Thursday, Sarah Palin has a chance to restore her image, while Joe Biden must avoid being long-winded or aggressive.
How three Americans were spurred to new life purpose in wake of terrorist attacks.
National Popular Vote initiative would change how states cast Electoral College votes.