It’s not solely up to him, and it won’t be easy.
Direct from 1979, it’s the 44th President on prom night
The debate over the group’s long-held ban on gay scouts became a national touchstone
The Federal Trade Commission has launched a preliminary inquiry into whether Google is unfairly using its display ad market power to curb competition and push companies toward using its other products and services.
Saudi Arabia has edged out Qatar to become the main source of arms to the rebels.
In the news: the War on Terror, Lois Lerner leaving, bank lobbyists writing bills, the Boy Scouts, Asia’s debt binge, and the Jersey Shore.
The President also announced a renewed push to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center, including lifting a moratorium on prisoner transfers to Yemen.
The woman was identified as Medea Benjamin from the anti-war group Code Pink.
Tesla Motors has done right by U.S. taxpayers.
Last week, the Army removed Sergeant First Class Michael McClendon from his assignment at the U.S. Military Academy for allegedly videoing female cadets at West Point, sometimes while showering.
Early Wednesday morning, the residents of Moore, Okla., gathered at the First Baptist Church in the shadow of the town’s water tower…
In the news: drone strikes against Americans, Gitmo, Japan’s stocks, the Fifth Amendment, NJ shore, leakers, and Luxembourg
Labor unions spent millions. The two candidates dragged each other down in a vicious negative campaign. And comedian Will Ferrell promised free waffles for everyone…
The Obama Administration formally admits to killing four Americans by drone. But the bigger story might be its secret new document guiding future drone strikes
One American, Anwar al-Awlaki, was targeted and killed by the US, according to Attorney General Eric Holder.
TIME’s Jay Newton-Small reports from Oklahoma on the tornado tragedy.