President Barack Obama will propose a $3.8tr budget for fiscal 2011 that foresees the deficit hitting a record $1.6tr in the current fiscal year but falling by about 4% by 2013.
The results of DNA tests made on the world’s most famous Egyptian king, Pharaoh Tutankhamun, will soon be published, revealing answers to mysteries about his lineage.
Despite recasting itself as a green energy alternative, nuclear power is still mistrusted by many due to recent leaks of radioactive material at more than 20 US nuclear plants.
The United States has exacerbated tensions with Iran by selling anti-missile systems to Washington’s Arab allies in the Gulf region.
The old religion of Voodoo is rising from the rubble in Haiti as, in the aftermath of one of the world’s worst earthquakes, priests and missionaries compete for the souls of the survivors.
Democrats once again court Senator Olympia Snowe looking for Republican support after the Massachusetts election setback.
China produces more renewable energy technology and equipment than any country in the world despite the West's redoubled efforts.
Ten Americans are being held by Haitian authorities after they attempted to leave the country with 33 children who didn't have passports.
Experiments using levitating magnets at MIT mimic the earth's magnetic fields and make clearer the possibility of energy through fusion.
It is thought that J.D. Salinger has written as many as ten unpublished novels that now, with his passing, may eventually see the light of day.
After the withdrawal of two State Representatives, the first-ever tea party convention is facing some infighting over how to organize the event.
TV commercials relating to abortion and a gay dating website that have been scheduled to appear during the Super Bowl are causing CBS to navigate an ideological mine field.
The Obama Administration is moving to put missile defense technology in Persian Gulf countries to deter Iran, a move that will require the presence of more U.S. troops in the region.
New solar cells that mimic photosynthesis are reaching the marketplace and being put in unusual places in order to recharge electrical devices like cell phones.
Some of the Indian Independence leader Mahatma Gandhi's ashes have been scattered into the ocean off the coast of South Africa 62 years after his death.