Once every ten years the United States surveys citizens to help estimate population growth and determine state funding. The results are printed in the U . S . Census Report. This year the government is taking a new approach to getting everyone counted. Rick Folbaum talks to the director of the U . S . Census Robert Groves.
Anything short of a rebel victory could hurt American foreign policy
Christian Whiton on START Treaty between Russia and the United States
Breaking down American debt
Rebeccah Heinrichs on how the U . S . should approach its relationship with China
President on enforcement of U.N. resolution, coordinated military effort in Libya
President addresses crisis in Japan, praises Japanese first responders
KT McFarland and Gordon Chang analyze this week’s events
Homeland Security secretary tours Israeli airport
Report: Foreign women pay big bucks to have babies in U . S .
Nile Gardiner sounds off
Judge Napolitano breaks down case
Briefing on Afghan war strategy and US-China summit
K.T. McFarland on U . S . policy on Israel, Middle East
Former U . S . ambassador to Egypt on U . S . foreign policy in Egypt
Who determines military action by the United States ?
What does this mean for American influence?
Louis Papa, Andrew Johnson are roommates at American University in Cairo, but only one made it back to U . S .
Panel's take on the implications it can have on American foreign policy
Friction over detained American diplomat