Low-Lying Areas of New York City Suffer Flooding
Hurricane Sandy brought heavy rain and high winds, leaving many areas of America’s Eastern Seaboard underwater. Unprecedented flooding in N...
After Sandy, Wall Street Closed for 2nd Day
A day after Hurricane Sandy caused severe flooding and power outages to more than 7 million customers in the Northeastern United States, off...
Presidential Candidates' Differing Positions on Immigration
Comprehensive immigration reform, more border security and self-deportation are some of the terms used when talking about the controversial ...
Florida Seniors Split on Medicare Debate
In the southern U.S. state of Florida, senior citizens who make up 25 percent of the electorate are greatly concerned with the expanding cos...
Iran Nuclear Program is Major Talking Point in US Election
Iran’s nuclear program has been at the forefront of challenges faced by four U.S. administrations. The issue has been a major talking ...
Cloud Atlas: A Tale of Birth, Death and Re-Birth
Cloud Atlas by directors Tom Tykwer, Lana Wachowski, and Andy Wachowski is a cinematic Odyssey based on a novel by British author David Mitc...
Florida Latino Support Divided in US Presidential Election
In the upcoming U.S. presidential election, national polls indicate Latino-Americans overwhelmingly support President Barack Obama over his ...
Independent Voter Shines in US Political Spotlight
In U.S. Presidential politics, President Barack Obama and his challenger Mitt Romney are making a final push for votes in battleground state...
US Presidential Candidates Offer Similar Foreign Policy Visions
As voters in the United States prepare to cast ballots in the presidential election on November 6, people around the globe wonder how the ou...
Obama, Romney Differ on Energy Policy
President Obama and Governor Romney agree that the U.S. is too dependent on foreign oil. But their views differ significantly on how to red...
Obama, Romney Largely Agree on Middle East Policy
One of the discussion areas between the two major party U.S. presidential candidates has been North Africa and the Middle East.
Candidates Differ on Handling China's Rise
China Policy has played a role in U.S. presidential debates for decades, and continues to do so today. President Barack Obama and Governor ...
More Women Starting Businesses in US
Almost one-third of American small businesses are owned by women. And according to the U.S. Census Bureau, that number is on the rise, espe...
Traditional Shaman Ceremony Attracts New Yorkers
Most New Yorkers identify with one of the three main monotheistic religions - Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Nevertheless, there's a grow...
Remote US Museum Survives in Hells Canyon
The rushing Snake River cut America’s deepest gorge through Idaho in the Rocky Mountains of the American Northwest.
Economic Crisis Hits Spain's Youth
With Spain's economic downturn entering its fifth year, the country's young people find themselves bearing a disproportionate share of the...
New Player Shakes Up Ukraine Before Sunday Vote
Vitaly Klitschko stands two meters tall and punches so hard they call him Dr. Ironfist.
Reality TV Show Helps Farmers Improve Livelihoods
Inspired by the popularity of American and British home makeover shows, a television producer in Kenya has created a farming reality show th...
Covered Bridges Make River Crossings a Treat
It’s fall in the United States, the season when millions of Americans take to country roads to check out pumpkin patches, apple-cider stand...
Longevity Traced to Grandmothers
Longevity TracedIn modern society, grandmothers are often called upon to babysit. But a few million years ago, when primate grandmothers fir...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Chinese Companies, Government Accused of Sex Discrimination in Hiring
Saudi Women Buying More Makeup
Muppets Bring Middle East Version of ‘Sesame Street’ to Refugee Children
Former President George H.W. Bush Recovering from Infection
What to Expect in Korean Talks
How US Travel Restrictions Are Affecting Families
A Lifetime of Exercise Slows Aging Process
Native American Tribe Battles to Keep Land
New AG School Teaches Secrets of Farming
Developing Nations to Study Ways to Block Sunshine, Slow Warming
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
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