The latest news on UN
Biggest drop on record in retail sales signals a deepening U.S. recession.
Key U.N. adviser describes effort to make sure global financial meltdown does not hurt aid efforts.
They can't vote but if they could they'd go for Obama.
Last-ditch diplomacy might not prevent the next president from facing two new active nuclear foes
Wall Street's meltdown under Bush's waning tenure has diplomats mulling America's reduced stature.
Ahmadinejad predicts that the ailing U.S. economy will prevent Washington from launching a strike.
Fighting terrorism again tops his talking points, along with promoting democracy.
The campaign seems so nervous about her meeting foreign leaders that they banished the media.
She is meeting with seven foreign leaders, many of whom receive significant U.S. financial aid.
While Tehran defies nuclear inspectors, the U.S.-led sanctions effort stalls out at the United Nations.