Kids and War

Since 9/11, more than a million kids have had a parent deployed. Their childhoods often go with them.

The YouTube Election

Many of the biggest battles of the 2008 campaign played out on YouTube. A look at how the channel became the most important political venue of the year.

Race: When Hate Becomes Hurt

It began like any other policy fight, but the tension surrounding immigration reform has escalated into hate, according to the National Council of La Raza, the country's largest Hispanic civil-rights group. Last month, it accused cable news networks of letting hosts and guests inject a "hateful tone" into the debate, specifically citing CNN's Lou Dobbs and Glenn Beck. "It is palpable," says La Raza president Janet Murguía, who worries that descriptions of immigrants as "invaders" or "aliens"...