The latest news on NATO
Cyberattacks took down Georgian websites even before the bombs fell, but damage so far is short term.
Georgia may not make it, but here are five other former Communist states that have joined NATO.
The military clashes with Russia hit NATO's expansion plans.
American blunders fostered the situation, and now the United States will pay a high global price.
But the media insist on focusing on irrelevant ephemera like John Edwards's love life.
They defeated the Soviets with Washington’s help, but now they attack Americans as the new occupiers.
When it comes to combat, it is a coalition of the willing and not-so-willing.
Hunger strikers pressure the government to say 'no' to Washington.
U.S. military wrestles with the problem of the Afghan-Pakistani border region.
In another telltale sign that the country's economy has been damaged by the housing, credit, and financial crises, the number of people who signed up for unemployment benefits last week was the highest it has been in more than two years. The Labor Department reported today that 407,000 signed up for government aid for the week ending March 29, a much higher number than economists had predicted. The last time this many people signed up for unemployment benefits was September 2005, when thousands had been devastated by Hurricane Katrina and other Gulf storms.