In a speech in Phoenix Tuesday night, Republican John McCain conceded his defeat in the presidential race and congratulated his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, on his historic election to the United States presidency, saying the "American people have spoken."…
Former Vice President Al Gore tooks the stage on the final night of the Democratic convention at Denver's Invesco Field, reflecting on his 2000 presidential bid and his efforts to combat climate change. Following is text of his speech.
President Jimmy Carter sits down with Jim Lehrer, Mark Shields and David Brooks to reflect on the race for the White House, Sen. Barack Obama's candidacy, and the historical significance of the moment.
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The bodies of two American soldiers who disappeared Friday after an insurgent attack on a checkpoint were discovered late Monday and showed signs of having been tortured, according to the Iraqi military.
First identified in 1981, the HIV/AIDS epidemic has shaped health policy, politics and medicine in the United States and throughout the world. International efforts have led to some breakthroughs but no simple answers in combating the virus.
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright discusses her new book: "Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs."…
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