What the master politician of 1862 can teach the presidential hopefuls of 2012
To really understand Abraham Lincoln, you’ve got to know what he hid in his desk
A weak showing in home sales and more disappointing earnings reports are sending stocks lower on Wall Street, extending a weeklong slide.
A Louisiana woman who claimed she was set on fire in a racially motivated attack on Sunday night is believed to have fabricated her story, according to local police.
Ann Coulter says outrageous things for a living, and she isn’t known for conceding anything when her commentary crosses the line into the offensive.
U.S., allied and Afghan troops greet the new day as they prepare to conduct “village stability operations” in Farah province’s Khak-E-Safed village on Oct. 20.
One family is suing an energy drink maker after a 14-year old died soon after consuming the caffeinated beverages.
A South Korean newspaper reports Thursday that the Pyongyang government executed several North Korean senior officers by firing squad earlier this year for “drinking liquor during the mourning period [following the death of leader Kim Jong-il] or being involved in sex scandals.”
Note that “or.” Apparently, alcohol and adultery …
On November 6, Maryland’s ballot will ask voters whether they support a law passed last year that would give undocumented immigrants access to in-state college tuition if they meet certain requirements, including if they attended high school and if their parents paid state taxes.
Five months after going public in one of the most controversial IPOs in U.S. history, social networking titan Facebook finally delivered some good news on Tuesday, reporting earnings results that impressed Wall Street.