Published March 01, 2009
The Obama administration is pushing a new growth industry -- green jobs -- as a way to drag the economy out of recession and replenish millions of new jobs but the European effort so far isn't matching the hype that came with its green move.
Published January 18, 2009
Bush bashers say they aren't going to let the inauguration of Barack Obama get in the way of their effort to have the president prosecuted on war crimes.
Published June 17, 2008
Nearly 32 months after a Texas grand jury indicted him for election-law violations, former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay still hasn’t gotten his day in court on one count of money laundering and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Published June 01, 2006
The English-language offshoot of controversial Arabic news network Al Jazeera is set to launch this September.
Published May 11, 2006
Match-up between Bob Casey and Rick Santorum, both pro-life, will be the most intensely watched race in November.
Published May 03, 2006
Al Qaeda conspirator to spend life in prison for role in Sept. 11 attacks.
Published May 01, 2006
Former Playboy Playmate can continue to pursue claim for part of her late husband's fortune.
Published April 20, 2006
White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan announces Wednesday he is stepping down, while President Bush's top presidential adviser Karl Rove is giving up his policy portfolio.
Published April 12, 2006
Florida Rep. Katherine Harris, once the darling of the GOP, is struggling to right her wobbly campaign for the U.S. Senate as she fends off doomsayers from an unexpected source: her own party.
Published April 04, 2006
Jury has made decision on whether Al Qaeda member can be executed for role in Sept. 11 attacks; final sentence will be determined in second penalty phase.