Call it the Goldilocks military plan: Not too much, not too little, not too unilateral, not too American.
Have you seen a shift in the past 20 years in the public’s attitude toward service? I think so.
Reports of a thaw in Egyptian-Iranian diplomatic ties has created a stir in the Middle East, particularly in Egypt and its neighbor, Israel.
A $5 million prize to reward good leadership in Africa was dramatically awarded Monday to …
Tiger Woods made it a perfect five wins from five matches as he crushed Y.E.Yang 6 and 5 to clinch the Presidents Cup for the United States in the concluding singles against the Internationals on Sunday. The world number one has proved invincible all week at Harding Park in San Francisco and gained a measure of revenge on South Korean Yang, who denied him the title in the final round of this year’s PGA Championship
Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker’s partnership continued to flourish as they helped the United States take a 6.5 – 5.5 lead at the end of the second day of the Presidents Cup on Friday. World number one Woods and Stricker defeated international pairing of Australian Geoff Ogilvy and Argentinean Angel Cabrera decisively by 5 and 3 in San Francisco.
In winning the Nobel Peace Prize, President Obama joins an elite group of U.S. presidents.
Basketball legend Michael Jordan has caused a furor at the President’s Cup golf tournament after the former Chicago Bulls player was snapped smoking a cigar at the Harding Park course in San Francisco. Jordan — who is acting as the honorary assistant captain for the U.S.
Pope Benedict XVI urged a crowd of 120,000 worshippers in one of Europe’s most secular countries to remain faithful to religious tradition on Sunday. Mickelson won the Tour Championship on Sunday with a final-round 65, leaving Woods a runner-up at six-under but still a winner of the FedEx Cup title, according to Golf.com
Is Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin running for vice president of the United States or vice president of the student council?