Articles By Jeremy B. White
Tropical Storm Isaac battered southern Haiti on Saturday, drenching the storm-prone island's capital of Port-au-Prince and leaving at least three people dead.
A CIA drone strike may have killed the leader of a powerful insurgent group responsible for some of the deadliest attacks on U.S. troops and Afghan government targets, multiple outlets are reporting.
The first young man who came forward to accuse former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky of sexual abuse in the ongoing Penn State University scandal is suing the university for negligence.
Immigration agents are suing the federal government over a new policy that spares young immigrants from deportation, saying it is illegal and undercuts their obligations.
In a U.S. presidential campaign marked by an unprecedented level of negativity, journalists have not been immune -- and they've turned their acrimony equally on President Obama and Mitt Romney.
Using a model that incorporates state-level economic data, political scientists predict that Mitt Romney will notch a resounding 300 electoral votes -- far more than the 270 needed -- while capturing 52.9 percent of the popular vote.
Immigrants who are granted a two-year reprieve known as deferred action still face questions about what benefits they can receive, among them drivers' licenses.
President Obama said on Tuesday that a two-year freeze on federal salaries will continue until at least next spring,
Mitt Romney added his voice to the chorus of Republicans calling on Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin to end his campaign Tuesday afternoon just before the deadline for Akin to do so passed.
All eyes are on Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin, who is facing mounting calls to end his candidacy amidst the fallout from his controversial remarks on rape.
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