With the White House having raised expectations in advance, President Obama's speech Thursday about the Middle East and North Africa left many people in the region disappointed.Obama was attempting to square a difficult circle.
U.S. government forecasters announced Thursday they expect three to six major hurricanes from an above-average Atlantic storm season.No major hurricane has made a U.S. landfall in five years, but the forecasters warned U.S.
U.S. Southern Command announced the apparent suicide of a 37-year-old detainee at Guantanamo on Wednesday. The Afghan detainee was identified as Inayatullah:"While conducting routine checks, the guards found the detainee unresponsive and not breathing.
Mike Huckabee and Donald Trump are out.Ron Paul and Herman Cain are in; so is embattled Newt Gingrich — for now.Mitt Romney is raking in the dough, if not enthusiasm, but hasn't "officially" announced.And Thursday, former two-term Utah Gov.
Since turbid floodwaters drove Debbie Leach from her residence near Vicksburg, Miss., she has struggled to find a place to call home, even a temporary one, as she waits for the Mississippi River to recede and expose what may be left of her personal belongings.Leach left her mobile home on Eagle Lake
Southword is a new multimedia collaboration between Oxford American magazine and NPR, spotlighting the people, places and trends shaping the American South.The first installment takes us to Holmes County, Miss., the most obese county in Mississippi, the most ob