How the media coverage has shaped this presidential election cycle.
The president is likely to veto a bill outlawing such harsh interrogation methods, but the debate goes on.
The Air Force's $35 billion award to a European aircraft company is one of its largest ever.
Despite Times Square incident, the military says enlistment centers are key to recruiting.
MIT students help dispel their fears and doubts about applying to American schools, where they remain a relative minority after 9/11.
David Schoen is one foot soldier in the fight, which is growing more intense as fuel and food prices rise and the impact of the subprime mortgage crisis is felt.
The retired automobile dealer owns a fleet of 45 old vehicles, which he rents to studios for about $300 per scene. You've probably seen them – in 'The Aviator,' 'Pearl Harbor,' and 'Seabiscuit.'
While the Democrats battle, McCain can see which attacks are effective.
Wolfgang Mieder has collected more than 10,000 items relating to truths in 10 words or less.
Since 9/11, the market for tactical war gear has grown to $150 million annually.
Jay Sigal left Santa Barbara, Calif., Feb. 19 and will crisscross the country three times before reaching his final destination: Washington, D.C. on Nov. 4, Election Day.
She wins three of four March 4 primaries, reviving her campaign and setting the stage for a long duel for the Democratic nomination.
Latest missile strike at the East Africa nation, aimed at a suspected Al Qaeda operative, keeps terrorists off balance. But some say US should do more to nation-build in Somalia.
A self-rehab prison program aims to distinguish between the person and the crime.
US waters could supply up to 10 percent of electric needs but fast-track permits anger communities.
The destruction of four luxury homes Monday suggest the involvement of the extremist Earth Liberation Front.
After half a century of saving moms from Barbie clothes and carpet fringe, John Huling's fix-it shop bites the dust.
She faces heavy pressure in Texas and Ohio primaries.
Recognition is growing in the military that soldiers' injuries put extra hardships on immediate family members.
He has inspired thousands to take action against inhumanity in the 3-1/2 years since founding Jewish World Watch.