The U.S. president used his address to attack many of the institutions that Americans helped establish to ensure international peace.
It's easier to lie when you're not speaking your native language.
American steel workers are losing out to Trump\'s America First policies.
Donald Trump had promised no changes to Social Security, but Congress may have other ideas.
"Climate change hits the poorest the hardest," World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said.
New research links the start of the \"era of us\" to the arrival of Europeans and the globalization of disease.
There\'s a backlash against the rich taking on school reform as a cause. Some liberals figure they must have an angle and are scapegoating teachers. But most of the wealthy people underwriting this long-delayed social movement for better performance are on the right track.
President Obama is our era\'s Illustrated Man. His enemies—and even some of his ostensible allies—have been busy for three years painting Obama as some kind of alien threat. His name, race, exotic upbringing, and determination to reach out to moderate Muslims have given those who would delegitimize him a fresh palette of dark colors.
With Wall Street reform added to health care, President Obama is now two-for-two on his major domestic initiatives. If you include big bills expanding college loans and cracking down on credit-card companies (further strengthened in the new Dodd-Frank financial legislation), he's four-for-four.
With the 2010 congressional midterm elections looming, analysts say the House of Representatives could change hands. If so, Ohio Republican John Boehner would replace Democrat Nancy Pelosi of California as speaker of the House.
Last veterans day, Barack Obama and Gen. David Petraeus had a polite but pointed exchange in the White House Situation Room. The president wanted to know why the Pentagon needed 21 months to send 40,000 troops to Afghanistan when it had taken only six months to send a similar number to Iraq in 2007.