Anyone who has ever told peace activist and human rights crusader Patrick J. Mahoney to "take a hike" will should be happy because he is going on a prayer-walk in Ireland to stave off abortion in that country.
A panel of former U.S. government officials and outside experts has concluded that economic sanctions against Iran may be backfiring.
The United States is preparing for a possible military intervention in the civil war in Syria by sending American military personnel to neighboring Jordan.
President Obama has some company he might not want among world leaders condemning the bombing attack at Monday's Boston Marathon.
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple has signed into law the latest in a series of abortion restrictions passed by the state's legislature.
A two-year long non-partisan study has concluded it is "indisputable" that the United States engaged in the practice of torture.
The Russian government announced Saturday that 18 Americans, including former high-level officials of the George W. Bush administration, are banned from entering Russia.
A crowd of more than 300 gathered on the State House grounds in Concord, New Hampshire, Saturday afternoon in an "Honor Your Oath" rally in support of the "Stand Your Ground" law the state's House of Representative recently voted to repeal.
"I don't know who he is and I don't know where he is, but he's coming," Branch Rickey declares in the opening scene of 42, the highly acclaimed motion picture about Jackie Robinson's breaking of the color barrier in organized baseball.
A likely bailout of another federal housing agency has drawn fire from congressional Republicans over an item in President Obama's budget that would provide $943 million for the Federal Housing Administration.