The most comprehensive federal database of what drug and device companies pay health professionals is now online.
The cost of casting a ballot is much higher for voters without good jobs, accessible transportation and childcare. Which means it's invariably higher for minorities and the poor.
Black people are still getting arrested for drug crimes at a ridiculous rate
Home prices climbed only 6.7 percent in July from the previous year, the smallest year-over-year gain since early 2012, a price index shows.
Americans snack on potato chips, Europeans munch on candy, and Latin Americans love cookies. Everything you'll ever need to know about snacking worldwide.
Thirty years ago, Wall Street only made up a sliver of the Forbes 400 list of richest Americans. Not anymore.
On Tuesday, New York Mayor Bill deBlasio signed an executive order expanding the city’s living wage law.
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Advocates say HHS didn't provide warnings in enough languages that coverage would end today.
A study comes to the radical conclusion that we should probably stop killing everything on earth.
The world's most valuable company is coming under fire from the European Union for funneling the lion's share of its international sales through subsidiaries in Ireland to save money on taxes.
David Lichtenstein, chief executive of Lightstone Group, says he's sure land values in hard-hit real estate markets will have made a full comeback five years from now.
The five largest auto insurers do not offer basic policies to safe drivers for less than $500 a year in more than one-third of the nation’s low-income areas.
The rich participate in politics at two to three times the rate of average Americans.
A Brookings paper argues that quantitative easing has already blurred the lines between fiscal and monetary policy. The Fed and Treasury should just acknowledge it.
HHS may emphasize the individual-mandate penalties to boost sign-ups.
41 out of 41 experts polled say the services can only be good for consumers if they're allowed to operate on a level playing field with taxis.
Ezekiel Emanuel's essay highlights how unprepared we are for dying.
Mainland China has been subsuming Hong Kong economically for years—and they're not happy about it.
Large tobacco companies claim to be including warnings that read more like essays than caveats for the sole purpose of communicating health risks inherent in tobacco use, but there's actually a clever business strategy at work here.
Gov. Sam Brownback is in danger after sharply reducing taxes, and so is Pat Roberts, a Republican incumbent senator.