Thought experiment: In an act of terrorism on American soil, four people were killed by a car bomb in Chicago on the 4th of July
Have you ever thought, “What kind of nut would run for Congress these days?” Well, we now know the answer: ideologically extreme nuts. Okay, that
For connoisseurs of political mischief, there’s no doubt what the story of the past week or so is: Buddy Cianci is running for mayor of
The nation has snapped back to its pre-recession self in terms of total employment, according to job numbers released last week. Now there’s about 138,780,000
Being too connected can make you dumber. Well, not quite. But The New York Times has an interesting piece about research that suggests that being
Howard H. Baker Jr., the former Republican senator from Tennessee, died last week at his home in Huntsville, Tenn., at age 88. He was most
Forget about identity theft, cyber attacks on the U.S. government could put your life at risk. Despite a growing number of cyber attacks against the
China use the same techniques to hack into U.S. systems as a shady spammer trying to access your bank account
Cyber security experts are increasingly focused on the computers that control our critical infrastructure.
Immigration reform may be dead in this Congress, but for a majority of U.S. citizens a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants is still heavily supported.
The growing number of unaccompanied minors crossing the border into the United States may have a silver lining – finally forcing a sliver of bipartisanship
How much would you pay for a prime parking spot on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.? Twenty-five million visitors flock to the nation’s village
Are we living in a period of heightened, optimistic social trust? Or is this a time of wariness and mistrust? I can argue it both
The House Ethics Committee has quietly – ever so quietly it seems – ditched a requirement that members disclose on their annual financial reports trips