Georgetown

Obama's Climate Plan: Looking Beyond Washington

President Obama's plan faces strong opposition in Washington, but Joanna Lewis, who teaches science, technology and international affairs at Georgetown, says it's likely to get a much warmer reception outside the country.

Obama's Climate Plan: Looking Beyond Washington

Emergency Preparedness in American Cities Since 9/11

Emergency Preparedness in American Cities Since 9/11

Who Rules the Rules of the EPA?

Who Rules the Rules of the EPA?

Year in Review: Sandra Fluke's Unexpected Political Stardom

Year in Review: Sandra Fluke's Unexpected Political Stardom

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the Military Commissions

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the Military Commissions

Burmese activist Aung San Suu Kyi's U.S. visit marked with delicate diplomatic dance

Aung San Suu Kyi has emerged from the shadows of protest in Myanmar and taking a seat in the country's government. That's enabled her to travel the world, finally, and to the United States this week. But her visit comes shortly before the visit of the president who implemented reforms that freed her, which has forced the U.S., and her, into difficult balancing act.

Burmese activist Aung San Suu Kyi's U.S. visit marked with delicate diplomatic dance

Afghan Shooting Spree Raises Questions About Stresses of War

Afghan Shooting Spree Raises Questions About Stresses of War

Should Stephen Glass Be Allowed to Practice Law?

Should Stephen Glass Be Allowed to Practice Law?

Teen uncovers harsh chemicals left on clothes by dry cleaning

No one had quantified how much carcinogens linger in people's clothes after they get back from the dry cleaner's, until a high school student started asking questions.

Teen uncovers harsh chemicals left on clothes by dry cleaning

Joe Biden Assures China on US Finances

While Joe Biden goes on a charm offensive with his Chinese hosts, a "friendly" match between Chinese and US basketball teams turns decidedly unfriendly.

Joe Biden Assures China on US Finances

Blurred Line: Military and Intelligence

Blurred Line: Military and Intelligence
The World

Economists see growth with unemployment report

We talk with Harry Holzer, professor of public policy at Georgetown and a former Chief Economist at the U.S. Department of Labor. He is also the author of the new book 'Where Are All the Good Jobs Going?'

Economists see growth with unemployment report

Making bread to fight the Taliban

A new program aims to curb terrorism and fight the Taliban by teaching former Taliban fighters to make bread.

Making bread to fight the Taliban
The World

Small towns and the economic recession

Even if the economy, as a whole, were to make an unexpected recovery, that wouldn't bring back the single manufacturing plant in a rural area that largely sustained area residents. How are small towns weathering the recession?

Small towns and the economic recession

Language software business thrives

Sales are up for Rosetta Stone, the language learning software that claims to change the way people learn languages.

Language software business thrives