Whether it's 1989, 1998, or 2014, Russia's economy crashes every time oil prices do.
"The results in this paper suggest that such an association exists, and that it is potentially quite large."
Data from a breathalyzer app and the news.
Five years after "death panels," the conversation around death has thankfully become more nuanced.
A 70-year-old company in New York becomes an unlikely foil for the Silicon Valley heavyweight.
American canned tuna industry is now pretty much entirely Asian-owned.
The usual Friday afternoon shenanigans.
A new theory about why whites in the Southeast and East Coast (but not New England) show more bias than whites in other states
Amid concerns over drug prices, a pricey new hepatitis C treatment is taking off.
Colorado's neighbors say they're spending too much money prosecuting minor pot offenses. So they should stop prosecuting minor pot offenses.
Families too often call and call for help, with no response from their hospice.
A happier, healthier life may also be better for the environment
The bird cannot be listed as endangered under the appropriations bill -- a victory for Western farmers, ranchers and miners.
Russia's economic crisis has turned into a currency crisis that's morphed into a financial crisis.
A new NOAA studies finds that rising seas will regularly flood a majority of cities along U.S. coasts within the next 35 years
A trend with unequal implications.
Research suggests that gas prices affect where people choose to live, where builders decide to build, and maybe even home values.
Students who come from disadvantaged families might benefit from attending a more exclusive school, but others typically do not.
Despite recent pardons, Obama is still the least-forgiving president in history.
A veteran researcher argues that a fuller look at the data offers a more hopeful view.