In this coming week, millions of Americans will shop in a mad dash to beat the holiday finish line. The seasonal chaos will ring up billions on credit cards, as our stockings are once more stuffed to bursting.
This decade began and ended in dread. It began with Wall Street -- the World Trade Center -- targeted for mass murder. It ends with Main Street fearful and reeling from economic reverses that Wall Street helped create.
You know you have crossed the river into Cyberland when the guy coming your way has his head buried in the hand-held screen.
By this time next year, U.S. troops will have been in Afghanistan longer than the Soviets were. The United States has been engaged in combat in Afghanistan and Iraq longer than in any previous war.
You watched the Disney movies, sure enough, as other girls watched them. And you put on your mother's pink nightgown and tied a long silk scarf on your head.
U.S.-Japan relations are in "crisis," Japan's foreign minister told me Thursday -- but I would guess that few Americans have noticed, let alone felt alarm.
During a meeting at the White House this week, House Republican leaders presented President Obama with a plan to create jobs and get our economy moving again.
With the publication of damaging e-mails from a climate research center in Britain, the radical environmental movement appears to face a tipping point.
A Hong Kong media company launched a worldwide YouTube hit last week with an animated re-creation of Tiger Woods' infamous fire hydrant crash.
As President Obama soon heads to Copenhagen for global warming talks, there's one simple step Americans back home can take to help out: Stop "going green."