The Libertarian nominee could spell trouble for McCain if Ron Paul backers defect from the GOP.
The Pentagon hopes better ties will strengthen NATO and boost the mission in Afghanistan.
The centuries-old tradition of Sacred Harp, a form of choral singing in which anyone can participate, draws people to a spare church in rural Alabama once a year.
In two rulings Tuesday, the justices took an expansive view of civil rights law.
A greater focus on candidates' faith is generally applauded, but some cite reasons for caution.
Lifting a European ban could help pave the way to resolving other recent trade disputes.
Texas Supreme Court is set to weigh in on state's actions toward a polygamous sect.
They need to pick running mates with strong résumés.
Recent events suggest both Tehran and Washington may be willing to engage in dialogue.
Many veterans worry that Americans have become more interested in other issues – the economy, the presidential campaign, and pop culture – than the long wars in which thousands of US troops have fought and sacrificed.
It caters exclusively to veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Instead of barbecues and parades, these vets go skydiving.
The first league, which has its championships next week, is fully subscribed by teens from the far reaches of the former British Empire.
In Calexico, Calif., schools crack down on students who live across the border.
In the Pacific Northwest, some 40 indigenous languages are at risk of disappearing within a decade.
Top US commander in Iraq said Thursday he is likely to recommend further drawdowns before leaving his post in the fall.
A Justice Department audit concludes that overall, the FBI didn't engage in harsh treatment.
Many Mississippi towns want the tiny homes gone by next spring, but some envision them as a cornerstone of the post-Katrina coast.
Britain and the Netherlands agree to longer tours, delaying a bigger US role in the mission.
Despite divisive primaries, he has a record lead over Clinton among Democratic voters, a new poll finds.
Benjamin Jealous was chosen amid divides over how to reenergize the organization.