Germany's fight with the ECB might keep Europe from doing what it needs to do to end its depression.
Make no mistake, the United States is still the global powerhouse in space spending.
In just a few weeks, millions of people will be heading to the federal site HealthCare.gov to shop for medical insurance when a new open-enrollment period begins. If some of those people wind up by mistake at HealthCare.com instead, well, Jeff Smedsrud is fine with that. Smedsrud is chief executive of HealthCare.com, which holds a […]
The problem with saying "one instance of vote fraud is one too many."
Cannabis could be a $35 billion dollar industry - if the federal government lets it.
‘Civilization: Beyond Earth’ foretells the disappearance of wealthy countries, all-out nuclear war and drastic climate change.
Why you shouldn't fear the subway — even if an Ebola patient has been on board.
Study: Democrats are more likely than Republicans to believe in fortune-telling, astrology and ghosts
The 13th challenge awaits.
The power grid has one crucial shortcoming: It can’t store electricity.
Latinos are frustrated with Democrats, who are counting on their support at the polls.
Global inequality has actually been falling the past 20 years, but there's still a long, long way to go.
But the special rapporteurs left out the hard details of how to pay for and ensure that.
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.