Outnumbered by liberals, Elizabeth Schultz is used to defeat. Even so, she’s praised by many parents.
Michael Linnington says he wants to partner with private groups to help reinvigorate the accounting mission.
Also news about American Apparel, Amazon, the non-manufacturing index and crisis plans for large banks.
The suspect was released in defiance of numerous efforts to deport him back to his native Mexico.
A study in JAMA Internal Medicine finds that increased screenings haven't necessarily led to a reduction in deaths.
That’s no joke. Hospitals are signing up seniors — their customers — in wellness programs, smiles included.
If a pact is struck in Vienna, it will be the beginning of a complex political and diplomatic process.
After spending much of his career revering the institution, the senator sees recent rulings as a “betrayal.”
The president will welcome the head of the Vietnamese Communist Party at the White House on Tuesday.
Even Pao's mea culpa hasn't stopped the petition's numbers from rising.
The president, in a rare visit to the Pentagon, was briefed on the campaign against the group.
Final passage in the Senate is set for Tuesday, and then the proposal heads to the House.
The ugly financial imbalance of the sexes prevails, even in The Beautiful Game.
Usually, when there's less competition, consumers lose out. But the reverse could be true in the wacky world of health care economics.
The man charged with the killing of a woman in downtown San Francisco had been deported five times.
Even with the unexpected downtime for New Horizons, NASA managed to scrounge up some new pictures.
Study also shows boys have significantly higher usage rates than girls story
A construction project in the South China Sea raises questions about building in remote areas.
It’s true they find some people irresistible, and they seem to have a taste for beer drinkers.