Monthly Archives: May 2018

  • Analysis

Most experts and lawmakers agree that China doesn't play fairly and needs to be punished, and even many Republicans have panned Trump's misplaced targets.

In an update on the E. coli outbreak, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the source of contamination remains "difficult to identify."

  • Perspective

If Italy defaults, the reverberations could drag down banks and economies across the rest of the euro zone -- potentially pushing others out, too.

  • Analysis

It's not a crime to travel with large amounts of cash, but authorities often treat it that way.

  • Analysis

The two parties' increased geographic polarization means that they're also increasingly exposed to different kinds of gun violence, which can shape how each party views gun control.

White Americans' opposition to welfare programs has grown since 2008, even when controlling for political party and socioeconomic status.

Well before losing her ABC show, comedian Roseanne Barr had a history of making offensive remarks.

  • Analysis

"There is no Mediterranean diet anymore," a senior World Health Organization health official said.

  • Analysis

America has a shortage of 51,000 truck drivers. The job pays a middle-class wage, yet few people want it. Six drivers explain why.

  • Perspective

Musk’s $50 billion option gives him the most outrageous pay package in America

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  • Perspective

The lesson for every aspiring authoritarian is that you might be able to throw journalists and professors and opposition leaders in jail, but the bond market is a little bit harder to restrain.

  • Analysis

Forty percent of American adults don't have enough savings to cover a $400 emergency expense.

Frank has played a key role in tamping down criticisms of the legislation.

  • Analysis

New data provides a detailed, county-level look at the rising toll of suicide.

The union represents 50,000 hotel and restaurant workers

  • Analysis

Michael Rotondo is an extreme example of a trend demographers have been watching for years.

The IRS issues a “shot across the bow” to states trying to get around the federal tax law.

  • Analysis

Black defendants fare particularly poorly in federal courtrooms located in the South.

  • Perspective

Italy really might blow up Europe's 20-year experiment with sharing a currency.

McDonald's employees filed formal sexual harassment complaints against fast-food giant.

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