For the citizens of Egypt, for the Muslim Brotherhood, for the country's military, history seems to be repeating itself, with mass protests, violence and political upheaval gripping the country. Continue reading →
Here are memorable fumbles and gaffes -- some small, some not so -- that disqualify a candidate in the public's eye.
After leaving the White House, a former president can do almost anything or entirely nothing. Past presidents have tried both.
The entire 2012 presidential election built state-by-state "live" in a gorgeous time-lapse video.
Tampa and Charlotte law enforcement look to avoid the tumult that has marked some past conventions.
Like the series of events that unfolded in the Middle East last year, recent uprisings demonstrate how common it is for revolts to trigger yet more revolt.
Kim Jong-Il, forever jumpsuited, was put on display, along with his trademark glasses and pointy shoes.
Greek's New Democracy party won a narrow victory and promises to prove the country can eventually earn its own keep as it struggles to stay part of the European Union using the financial bailout plan.
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