A large new national study calculates the "environmental injustice" of nitrogen dioxide exposure for every state and city.
Deep down, many Americans aren't really sure if they filed their returns correctly.
Tax preparation companies are lobbying hard against proposals that would allow filing taxes without a return.
Half as much as in 1980, but twice as much as in 2000.
We're making stuff in America again, but the real jobs are coming elsewhere.
An analysis of what we're really saying about ourselves whenever we chronicle restaurants on Yelp.
Yellen is slated to address the Economic Club of New York on Wednesday, a likely venue for a full-throated discussion.
HHS has offered a plan to keep the controversial "risk corridors" program budget neutral.
Hate crime rates have remained stable over the past decade.
Happy Tax Day! Here's what you need to know.
If the Internet serves up infinitely customizable versions of the real world, how will we know what we're not seeing and agree on what we are?
Analysts say insurers will still see payment reductions, and ACA supporters wonder why Medicare is backing down against the cuts.
An unsustainable pattern, in 30 animations.
Budget analysts say the federal government will spend less on insurance subsidies because of lower-than-expected premiums.
Are parts of the Republican base animated by racial prejudice?
Sylvia Burwell has a lot more on her plate than just Obamacare.
Mapping the "positive markers of a living community" in San Francisco, Portland and New York.
The American geography of segregated housing is no accident.
If confirmed as HHS secretary, Sylvia Mathews Burwell faces no shortage of ACA challenges
Taxed enough already? Hardly.