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It seems there's no end to the controversy over the ATF operation involving the sale of guns that reached Mexican drug lords. But have the...
The Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act, a short-term victory with long-term consequences for healthcare, the powers of Congress and the presidential campaign.
After Sunday's presidential elections, Mexico is likely to be ruled again by the PRI, the party thrown out for corruption 12 years ago after 71...
Tensions are escalating between Syria and Turkey, and the NATO Alliance is taking sides. Will that mean international military action against Syria's Assad regime?
The Supreme Court today ruled that most of Arizona's immigration law violates the Constitution. We hear about that and decisions on campaign finance and juvenile...
Two decades after the first Earth Summit in Rio, world leaders are back to try anew at jump-starting a sustainable global economy. What's happening? Who's...
This year's trillion-dollar Farm Bill is likely to pass both houses of Congress. Could it be a model for the bipartisanship that will be needed...
Drone attacks, Stuxnet, and how Osama bin Laden was killed. Has the Obama White House leaked too much classified information? Are leaks threatening national security?
Formed to support slavery before the Civil War and resistant to civil rights, the nation's largest Protestant denomination is about to choose its first black...
After this weekend's presidential runoff election, the military and the Muslim Brotherhood are still struggling in Egypt.
America's largest group of nuns is in a dispute with their bishops, which accuse them of dissent from church doctrine. We hear about Vatican and...
With a presidential runoff scheduled for the weekend, Egypt's elected parliament was dissolved today, and the remnants of Mubarak's military regime declared martial law.
The Supreme Court is about to decide if President Obama's healthcare reform is constitutional. Will liberals and conservatives split and let Justice Kennedy make the...
Suicides among America's soldiers and veterans are outpacing combat casualties -- and are increasing. Family survivors, the Pentagon and others are searching for answers.
Wisconsin's Republicans and Democrats were divided last week about pensions and benefits for public workers. There's another division — within the Democratic Party.