The Environmental Protection Agency on Friday delayed making a decision about whether human health and welfare are being harmed by greenhouse gas pollution. In a federal notice, the agency instead called for more public comment, essentially bumping the decision to…

In his state of the nation speech Wednesday, President Putin addressed Vice President Cheney's criticisms of Russia's recent record on human rights and democracy as well as other domestic concerns. Two experts discuss the reactions to the exchange of criticisms…

President Bush left Washington, D.C. Tuesday for Europe, where he will meet this week with the leaders of the world's top industrial nations for a three-day summit on international economic issues.

The Group of Eight leaders on Thursday were wrapping up a summit, where much of the discussion focused on a plan to promote democracy across the Middle East. President Bush also sought support for getting NATO more involved in post-occupation…