Egypt's declining reserves and looming currency crisis could complicate the country's already tenuous political transition
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Former university president Graham Spanier, not Joe Paterno, deserves the majority of the blame for covering up the child-molestation allegations
In 2012, it's likely that the Republicans will win more seats in Congress. Can the president win re-election by pledging to block them?
The country's plunging population crisis -- low birth rates and high death rates -- has serious implications for the future of the world's largest nation
The political rivalry between Obama and Boehner pales in comparison to the animosity rampant among Jefferson, Hamilton, Washington, and Adams
A tale of two storms: this weekend's hurricane, and the turmoil in Washington, D.C.
A new report from the Department of Energy calls for the creation of a shale gas production organization -- a private sector agency that would set safety standards and address environmental concerns
Critics who attack the president for "surrendering" to Republicans are being naïve about the difficulties of pushing policies through a divided House
The media magnate denies personal responsibility for the phone-hacking scandal
Rupert Murdoch should fire Rebekah Brooks for failing to create a culture where reporters respected the law
With local protests driven by official corruption plaguing China, how much longer can Communist Party last?
Renowned as a jurist and scholar, Holmes was most proud of his service in the Civil War. A look back at his famous 1884 oration on the holiday in Keene, N.H.
The answer depends heavily on organizational culture and national laws
They blasted David Sokol days before Berkshire's annual meeting, but what of the company's chairman? Ethical questions remain.
Stymied by legislative and regulatory avenues, the president may turn to executive means for curbing federal election expenditures -- and risk a partisan uproar
The country can no longer afford massive gender inequality if it wants to recover from the earthquake
The co-head of her domestic affairs prep team recalls working with a warm, self-confident candidate in Queens in advance of her face-off with Vice President Bush
Amid anxieties over the prospect of nuclear disaster, we should pause and mourn the thousands of dead in Japan
As Egypt rebuilds, the country must find the right balance of political legitimacy, a social safety net, economic growth, and a right-sized role for government