The secretary of state wants support for the Iran deal as airlines seek intervention against gulf carriers.
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The agency says two-thirds of its budget could go to fighting wildfires by 2025.
An expanded field and Southern primaries threaten to lessen the influence of the Granite State.
SEC set to force companies to disclose CEO-to-worker pay ratio.
She was inside preparing her classroom for the upcoming school year, and she inhaled smoke.
Critics say that an outsized and controlling National Security Council stifles decision-making.
People tired of sexism in the tech industry blanket Twitter with photos of what engineers really look like.
A vulnerability to Islamist attacks underscores risks in the effort to build a force against the Islamic State.
Christopher L. Eisgruber, Princeton's 20th president, talks with The Washington Post.
The drug is approved for treatment of certain types of seizures caused by epilepsy.
New research examines which U.S. city currently has the nicest climate -- and which one will in 100 years.
Critics of Planned Parenthood are going after the organization’s federal funding. Here are the ins and outs of the organization, the controversy and what may happen next.
A new report looks at infections from four of the deadliest pathogens, including C. diff. and MRSA.
The EPA is phasing out a common pesticide for strawberries, and so far there's really no good alternative.
Fairfax County, Va.’s school system is planning for cuts of nearly $100 million, possibly targeting coveted programs.
New research at the University of California suggests that experiencing awe can make us better people
New federal figures show that the number of inmates committing suicide in local jails continues to go up.
Before going to researchers, the bees at the American Museum of Natural History get beautified.