After months of struggle by a growing movement outside and inside the halls of Congress, House Democrats released a health care reform plan.
Roger Goodell, commissioner of the National Football League, faced heated questions accusing the league of neglect of its responsibilities to players with brain injuries.
Teachers, students and others are horrified at the prospect of hundreds of millions of dollars worth of mid-year budget cuts to public education - and they're fighting back.
Vice President Joe Biden's foreign policy adviser will meet this week with a respected U.S. Foreign Service officer who quit his job in Afghanistan because he lost faith in the purpose of the war.
Eleven years after Matthew Shepard’s brutal murder because he was gay, President Barack Obama will sign the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act into law this afternoon.
BERKELEY, Calif. - Keeping California's public higher education both public and affordable was the theme as a star-studded panel gathered with hundreds of faculty members, students and concerned community members on the University of California campus here Oct. 26 to project a way forward in the face of the state's growing budget crisis.
Sick of profiteering, foreclosures and joblessness, thousands tell banks 'Enough is enough'
Health reform being considered in Congress now would address the special concerns of rural Americans, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told reporters Tuesday, Oct 27th.
The announcement by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid that the public option will reach the Senate floor was greeted by labor and other leaders as proof that the tide has turned in favor of health care reform.
The first national conference of the surging Jewish-American peace movement, at Washington's Grand Hyatt Hotel, has drawn over 1,500 participants, exceeding organizers' expectations.