Russell Howard is a boyish-looking but experienced standup comedian who rose to television fame on a British panel show, before being given his own programme: Russell Howard’s Good News.
When researcher Karen Clark developed the first probability-based model for measuring the threat of natural disasters in the U.S. in 1987, almost no one cared.
The budget compromise reached by the White House and Congress this weekend included a “historic amount of cuts,” as House Speaker John Boehner and Senate majority leader Harry Reid said in their joint statement announcing the deal.
On Saturday morning, about 12 hours before the U.S.
A 22-year-old woman whose claims that she was abused in a trailer in rural West Virginia in 2007 helped send six people to prison now says she made up the story, her lawyer said Wednesday.
As lawmakers huddled this summer to put together the framework for health care legislation, it quickly became evident that the battle over President Obama’s top priority would be neither quick nor easy. After months of debate and missed deadlines, the public option has emerged as the main sticking point
President Hamid Karzai on Thursday rejected widespread allegations of massive fraud in last month’s elections and said he was awaiting the results of investigations conducted by Afghanistan’s electoral bodies.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Montana, unveiled a summary of his proposed health care plan Monday. The main points include: Cost $856 billion over 10 years and mandatory insurance coverage for every American by 2013.
The Arctic as we know it may soon be a thing of the past. That’s the message from Eric Post, lead scientist of a new report into the effects of climate change on life in the Arctic.
A Republican House member shouted “You lie” during President Obama’s health care speech to Congress on Wednesday, and members of both parties condemned the heckling. After the speech, South Carolina Rep.