Published December 29, 2010
Jewish historians are dismissing an apology by Henry Kissinger offered over the weekend in response to a 1973 recording of him saying that sending Jews to a Soviet gas chamber "is not an American concern."
Published November 09, 2010
Investors beware: Though the Federal Reserve has agreed to make $600 billion more available for borrowing, that doesn't mean you can expect to see the money flooding the market any time soon. That's the warning from some financial experts who say the Fed's pledge to buy billions in Treasury bonds is unlikely to help improve inflation or interest rates
Published July 15, 2010
About 4,500 registered sex offenders, including 30 federal employees, received U.S. passports in fiscal year 2008, a Government Accountability Office report released Tuesday reveals, highlighting limits to the State Department's authority to deny passports to convicted criminals.
Published September 03, 2004
The last day of the Republican National Convention (search) provided the ethereal with a few celebrity sightings as well as some good old-fashioned mingling with everyday folk and native New Yorkers.
Published July 28, 2004
Day two of the Democratic National Convention started out on an easygoing note Tuesday as some reporters exhausted from a 15-hour workday on Monday took a little more time getting started.
Published July 16, 2004
Approximately half of the House's Republican members have signed on to a formal complaint to President Bush, asking him to add more conservative voices to the list of speakers addressing the Republican convention in August in New York.
Published July 07, 2004
Even while most of the attention in the 2004 election was focused Tuesday on John Kerry's pick of John Edwards as his vice presidential running mate, another senator was still grabbing headlines despite not even being a competitor in the race.
Published June 20, 2004
As voters gear up for the Utah Republican primary on Tuesday, four-term Rep. Chris Cannon is fighting off charges that he is in violation of campaign finance laws by making an appeal to illegal immigrants for campaign donations.
Published May 13, 2004
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill Wednesday got a heavy dose of disturbing photographs and videos taken at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
Published January 15, 2004
Democratic candidate John Kerry's recent gesture to pot use has caused little smoke much less the fire reminiscent of the shockwaves surrounding Bill Clinton's college-age experiment and 1992 contortions explaining that he did not inhale.