A new paper shows why the US, along with Japan and Europe, might be stuck in never-ending slumps.
Your family doctor is making a $20 million pitch to heal our broken health-care system.
It's incredibly difficult to test for the effects of marijuana use.
Republicans see opportunity.
Some of the country's most traditionally conservative states are at a greater risk of turning purple than the GOP might realize.
A new study finds that the chief reason people put solar on their roofs isn't politics or wealth: It's the influence of their neighbors.
Gun homicides in Canada are actually much higher than in much of the developed world.
Oregonians are now voting on a new measure that is less pro-pot than pro-regulation.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced a new set of protocols for travelers arriving from countries affected by Ebola.
The Supreme Court's birth control decision was ambiguous on one major detail.
Regulators are relaxing all sorts of restrictions they wanted to impose on lenders now that the housing market is taking longer to recover than expected.
In an ever warming world, expect more wars, civil unrest, and strife, and also more violent crime in general.
Afghan opium poppy cultivation is at record levels.
Fatal flaws in America's auto recall program are leaving millions of drivers at risk.
Bush's prescription drug plan is responsible for an out-sized share of the savings, two budget experts write.
The housing bust has cast a long shadow—25 years, to be exact—on the wealth of the middle class.
Yet another study finds no relationship between teen marijuana use and IQ
"Icing" is no longer a thing. Nor, one would think, should be drinking Smirnoff Ice. And yet, surprisingly, people around the world still do. This is who.
Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) doesn't want to talk about the minimum wage, but if he's thinking of running for president, he's going to have to.
Some #realtalk from the vice president of the state of our roads, airports and ports.