Job seekers descended upon the FedExField football stadium just outside Washington, D.C. on March 17.
They were hoping to land a job at the region's biggest job fair while the country suffers the highest unemployment rate in 25 years.
Mar 18, 2009
Polar bear twins, Freedom and Swimmer, were born on Dec 14 from the mother Huggies, found in 1994 on the Siberian coast.
The polar bear has few natural predators but a daunting, and deadly, enemy: climate change.
The five countries that ring the Arctic -- Canada, Denmark (with Greenland), Norway, Russia and the United States -- are meeting in Norway to discuss how to ensure its survival.
Lunar property prices have felt the affect of the global recession, say officials who sell land at the Lunar Embassy in Prague.
United Nations member states signed a treaty in 1967, banning countries from claiming rights for ownership of space matter, but attempts to close the loophole allowing individuals or firms to do so has failed to gain support.
China is battling to put its 500 million dollar Olympic national stadium to good use, as running costs scare sporting events away.
Six months since it last saw a full house, Beijing's "Bird's Nest" stadium risks becoming an expensive white elephant as managers struggle over the future use of the iconic Olympic site.