Americans pause to honor their national leaders, beginning with the first president, George Washington.
Pope Benedict XVI is the first pontiff in over 600 years to give up the reins of authority and resign from the papacy.
The State of the Union speech has become a communication between the president and both the people of the United States and the world.
There are a number of ways by which non-U.S. citizens may obtain green cards.
NAFTA has proven to be a boon for both countries.
Today, in a ceremony as old as the Republic, President Barack Obama will begin his second term.
Dr. King, a Baptist minister from the southern state of Alabama, was a leader in the U.S. Civil Rights Movement.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights provides that every individual has the right to leave any country, including one’s own.
Busy shipping lanes off the California coast will be adjusted.
Meetings reaffirm strong commitment to work together for preservation and protection.
Government, law enforcement, judicial officials, prosecutors and civil society from 12 Caribbean nations convened
As in much of the world, millions of Americans will exchange gifts, worship together, then gather perhaps with family and friends.