Cubans lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the man who many hoped
would kick-start the island’s troubled economy. Polls find positive attitudes.
Those who contend that Hillary Clinton falls short of firing up a crowd
should have been at the Jacob Javits Center Wednesday evening.
Adam Clayton Powell announced that the union had endorsed his candidacy
to be the Representative of the 13th Congressional District.
As the cost of college continues its upward trajectory, the question for parents and kids is which schools' alums land the highest-paying jobs.
Monday at the Pentagon, Pres Obama threw down his strongest gauntlet on the terrorists, vowing “Our next message to them is simple: you are next.”
Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan has reached a settlement with
supermarket Jewel-Osco and now-defunct chain Dominick’s.
Paris, the city of lights, is currently illuminated by flickering candles at the various sites where three hours of carnage transpired Friday evening.
Congress must raise the nation’s debt limit by Nov. 5 or the federal
government risks running out of money to pay all its bills.
House Speaker John Boehner left open the possibility of tackling major fiscal measures in October, including raising the nation's borrowing limit.
Pope Francis beseeched Americans to end hostility toward immigrants in a historic speech before the U.S. Congress on Thursday, weighing in forcefully on a divisive issue that is stirring debate in the 2016 presidential campaign.