After two quarters of solid growth, the U.S. is back as a global economic engine
Over the course of a 30-year career, mothers outperformed women without children at almost every stage of the game, according to research from the St. Louis Fed.
Author of "Being Mortal" raises the question of why the U.S. health system prizes the length of a life over the quality of life in a patient's final years.
Drug Policy Action releases its 2014 Congressional voter guide.
Recent events suggest Narendra Modi is gearing up for faster economic reform
Now's the time, while they're writing new regulation.
The economy expanded at a 3.5 percent annual pace in the third quarter, but we're still nowhere near the kind of breakout growth we've been looking for.
Here's what we know about who asks for a doctor's help with dying and why.
Latest gross domestic product figure exceeds economist predictions by a half a percentage point.
Conservatives and liberals experience different brain activity when looking at images they find disgusting, according to a new study.
Slowly but surely, the GOP seems to be winning over Hispanic voters.
The Chapman University Survey of American Fears opens a window into our phobias.
Why the new IPCC "Synthesis Report" may be lowballing one of the worst consequences of global warming -- sea level rise.
Follow Greenspan's example on monetary policy, not his suggestion to buy gold.
The Federal Reserve closed a chapter in its long-running stimulus campaign on Wednesday and pivoted to the even bigger challenge of deciding when to raise interest rates after six years of easy money.
After buying $1.7 trillion of bonds the past two years, the Fed is ending its historic stimulus program. But is this too soon?
The Federal Reserve's program pushed down interest rates to historic lows after its launch in 2008, but rates won't be affected much as the program draws to a close.
Repeal won't happen, but plenty is still at stake.
The latest U.S. GDP figure is shaping up to be decent, not great. Much like the economy
We're good until 2018, when the retiring Baby Boom generation will start to weigh heavily on government finances, Moody's says