Visa is rolling out software to detect whether it's you or someone pretending to be you filling up on fuel.
One in three black men has a felony, but that doesn't mean they're dangerous.
A look at the legal picture in the Ferguson shooting aftermath
Americans might run on sleep, but those living in the country's largest cities don't appear to run on much.
There are notable disparities in how teen births have dropped in the past 20 years.
The decision to hire the former Obama campaign guru underscores how Uber is learning it needs more firepower to conquer local transportation markets.
The latest hack of 4.5 million medical records highlights a deeper problem.
It's not cocaine or heroin that leads to lethal violence, but liquid courage.
Community groups take their message to the elite economics conference in Jackson Hole, Wyo., this week.
Severe hazelnut shortages are bad news for serious hazelnut buyers.
One area of concern: part-time work
A group of researchers is building a database that could help police avoid the use of lethal force.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon (D) is deploying the National Guard into Ferguson. But it's not clear what it can do.
People apparently can be persuaded to become organ donors with just a little persistence. That's good news for 120k Americans waiting for a transplant.
A mysterious Twitter user submitted this week's correct guess.
Public school enrollment is growing more diverse, but that doesn’t mean public schools are.
Daunting estimates from the Department of Agriculture.
Sales have been falling for more than 20 years in the United States. What's going on?
Behind the Ferguson protests, the social and economic context, shaped by race
The President doesn't have to wait for Congress.