Africa and the United States may be on the verge of a new partnership, not one of dependency and aid but one of shared ideas, vision and investments that increase our mutual prosperities.
U.S. President Obama's decision to shelve the Bush administration's missile defense plans has created a crisis of confidence in Washington's relations with Central and Eastern Europe.
For the nation's troubled housing market, things are looking tentatively but undeniably better. New-home sales, though still well below where they were a year previously, rose at a nearly 10 percent monthly rate in July.
Is President Obama a free trader? He has said so — many times. At the April Group of 20 summit in London, he announced that he and the other assembled leaders had “rejected the protectionism that could deepen this crisis.
Rational for maintaining the counter-insurgency in Afghanistan are varied and complex, but they all center on one key tenet: That Afghanistan must not be allowed to again become a haven for terrorist groups, especially al-Qaida.
This summer, a mildewed, cream-colored copy of a 45-year-old novel saved me from a whopping midcareer crisis.
For years, the cigarette, arguably the most dangerous legal product in America, was also one of the least regulated, subject to less government oversight than dental floss.
For nearly eight years the United States has struggled to develop sustainable, effective policies regarding the capture, detention, trial and disposition of individuals in the context of combat and counterterrorism.
For some 20 years, Quest Institute, a nonprofit organization based in Charlottesville, has been sending free books to Virginia inmates. Last month, with little warning, Virginia correctional officials cut off the program.
At a late August town hall forum in Spring Valley, Calif., Robert Billburg, a 49-year-old Air Force veteran and Red Cross worker, watched a scene familiar to YouTube fans this summer.