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Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on Wednesday declared success on President Bush's goal of doubling U.S. Border Patrol agents to 18,000 during his time in office, but said they will fall 10 percent short of putting barriers along 700 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border.
Illegal immigration appears to have fallen last year, marking the first drop in years and coinciding with Congress' failure to pass a legalization bill and the Bush administration's stepped-up raids and enforcement.
Firefighters "turned the corner" Saturday on a wildfire that destroyed part of a town in the Sierra Nevada foothills — one of the hundreds of blazes that continue to char huge swaths of California.
Sen. John McCain tweaked his campaign Wednesday by elevating aide Steve Schmidt to oversee day-to-day operations, in a move to give his presidential bid the stability and direction that many in his party feared were lacking.
Ground and air crews searched nearly 100 square miles of Denali National Park on Monday for two women missing on what was supposed to be a short backpacking trip.
Mother's Day arrived early this year, on May 9, for the children crowded into a parish hall of Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic Church, but it came with a twist.
Exxon Mobil, the world's largest corporation, is much criticized for raking in huge profits and polluting the environment, but could the epitome of Big Oil some day become an endangered species?
A shark injured a 49-year-old American surfer today off the Pacific coast of Mexico, in the third attack in a month. 8:44 p.m.
It's not often that the opportunity comes along to sample that remarkable diversity, but starting Wednesday, the Kennedy Center is presenting "A Cappella: Singing Solo," an unusual 10-day festival featuring more than a dozen of the world's top voice-only groups.