He rejects Bush's 'global war on terror' as too absolutist. But a top adviser says Obama will 'confront Al Qaeda aggressively wherever it exists.'
Friday, the US Trade Representative will hold a hearing on a US Steelworkers' proposal to cut imports in half. Last year, the US imported about 46 million tires from China.
Relations have been strained by old disagreements over Pretoria's policies on HIV and Zimbabwe. New leadership in both countries may change that.
Group helps to match African farmers, especially women, with on-the-ground experts and better technology.
By gauging the subtle differences in light given off by a planet 1,000 light-years away, it shows that it's up to the job.
Job losses for July totaled 247,000 – the lowest level since August of last year.
They aren’t included in July’s unemployment rate of 9.4 percent. But as they start looking for jobs again, the rate could jump.
Justice Department prevailed in the infamous 'freezer cash' case, but it lost ground in law enforcement's ability to wiretap or investigate members of Congress.
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe has agreed to host the Pentagon's narcotics-interdiction flight operations, which were recently kicked out of Ecuador.