The teachings are sheer fantasy, unsubstantiated by any credible evidence: ancient Egyptians mastered flight with gliders, which they used for both recreation and travel.
Back when Barack Obama was a Senator, he had high expectations for a new kind of U.S.
A strong earthquake struck the Hindu Kush region of eastern Afghanistan Thursday, but the U.S. Geological Survey said it had no reports of damage or injuries.
The 1994 elections were approaching, and House Republicans were on a mission to take control of their chamber for the first time in nearly 50 years. Buoyed by an electorate skeptical of then-President Clinton after his unsuccessful push for health care reform, Republicans charged forward with what experts say they are lacking now: a clear message and a leader
With irresponsible banking practices taking the blame for bringing about the global economic crisis, there has been a surge of interest in Islamic finance. Now, a slew of academic courses are springing up to meet the demand of those wanting to break into an expanding market
It’s news to no one that France’s blighted unemployment-ravaged suburban housing projects have disproportionately high black and Arab populations. It’s also no scoop that those same two ethnic groups are under-represented in the nation’s elite schools, corporate management ranks and political establishment.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Salam Fayyad on Wednesday. The sessions are the first with the Palestinian Authority leaders for the Obama administration
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal: Tonight, we witnessed a great moment in the history of our Republic.