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Terrorists have not hit America again since Sept 11. But despite that, a new documentary warns that the danger of terror attacks in the U.S. is greater than ever.
It’s out with the old and in with the new in China these days. More than 640 million young people are living in the world’s most populated nation. They’re a generation that’s redefining what it means to be Chinese…
Their series of spectacular attacks against the West made them mythical figures in the world of radical Islam.
After years of division, deadlock, corruption, and accusations of widespread failure, the U.N.'s next secretary-general is vowing to restore trust in the world body.
Behnaz Kar's supporters and competitors alike are proud of what she's doing to help improve the status of Iranian women.
It's estimated that returning stolen merchandise costs stores close to 16 billion dollars a year. It also drives prices up - so you pay more for what you buy.
He's an international pop star, but many people don't know about the condition Gary Valenciano has been battling for years.
It is out with the old and in with the new in the U.S. House of Representatives. After 12 years of Republican control of Congress, voters - weary of the war in Iraq and frustrated with a party riddled by scandal - said 'No more.'
Millions of Americans are using a new kind of credit card. It can be swiped from a distance, which makes paying even easier. But a new report claims that the cards may pose a risk for identity theft…
Young girls are entering puberty earlier and earlier. Some girls as young as four and five are showing signs of sexual development.
The families at Greenbrier Church get together every October 31 to provide an environment that makes room for heaps of fun while using the day as a "teachable moment."
This week Muhammed Yunus, a banker in Bangladesh, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for this simple answer to poverty: micro-loans.
Tag may no longer be "it" on some playgrounds across America. An elementary school south of Boston is banning the game as well as touch football and any other unsupervised chase game.
They are five talented musicians all under the age of 25. The Annie Moses Band performs 100 shows a year. They’re more than a band… they’re family.
Londonistan: In Allah We Trust
Former White House speechwriter, Michael Gerson is back in the private sector, but he still continues his passion for public policy.
Medical reports have assaulted the public about whether seafood is healthy or not for years. Tuesday the government tried to clear that up…
The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that the long-term side effects of children's cancer treatments are much more common than doctors had thought.