Despite the loud and growing opposition to the use of aspartame, there is actually no definitive evidence that consuming sugar substitutes causes any harm.
Just not as much as they think workers in other industries should be able to unionize.
Men want their daughters to be independent. Their wives? Less so.
Some require random drug tests for chess club and marching band. Other schools don't need any reason at all.
This 5-foot-long chart captures 4,000 years of history
Bush's reported early fundraising erases previous records for campaign finance.
The world that molded today's teenage girls might have similarities to Panem, the fictional nation that rules North America in the Hunger Games.
The flat tax is making a comeback among Republican presidential hopefuls, but it still doesn't make any economic sense.
One of Sen. Elizabeth Warren's least favorite tax proposals exists because former President Clinton promised to limit executive compensation.
Amid the rise of the fall out of gluten, there is a growing sense, largely from those who are actually studying the physiological effects of the protein, that people are being a little ridiculous.
Young, female, part-time, Southern restaurant workers without a high school degree.
Tax Freedom Day has arrived! Every dollar you earn after today is (theoretically) tax-free
The United States is the only advanced economy in the world with a rising maternal mortality rate.
Where Americans drink the hardest.
The latest controversy over the USDA "organic" label concerns whether produce grown in water tanks may be eligible for the designation.
For most states, their biggest import is energy. For Wisconsin, it’s sweaters.
The IMF has shown that countries that did austerity had less, not more, investment afterwards.
14 things people with disabilities want you to know about how to treat them
America's no longer a land of poets. Now you know it.