Republican governors across the country have taken a stand against Obamacare by refusing to expand Medicaid. Utah, one of the reddest states in the nation, remains undecided. But low-income citizens need healthcare coverage, and one bishop from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says helping the poor is a moral obligation and wants politicians to act.
A new tech news site called Glass may offer hints about ways reporters will share information in the future.
Egypt's presidential campaign season is underway but there are only two candidates. The man likely to win is Abdel Fattah el Sisi, who led the ouster of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi. The candidate willing to go up against him is Hamdeen Sabahi.
Last week, a bipartisan group of female Senators got the Senate to pass a resolution condemning the abduction of some 200 Nigerian schoolgirls. And Michelle Obama gave the issue additional support in her first solo White House radio address.
American casino businesses can't wait to get in on the action. If legalized, Japanese gambling resorts could be open by 2020, just in time for the Tokyo Olympics.
Monday is the final day of voting in India's six-week election. More than 500 million voters have cast ballots. The results of the election will be announced on Friday.
Residents of two regions of eastern Ukraine wrapped up voting on Sunday in a controversial referendum over independence from the central government in Kiev. The vote has been rejected as illegitimate.
As Hassan Rouhani approaches the first anniversary of his election, the wave of expectations that marked his rise to power has given way to impatience from his supporters and attacks from his critics.
The hilly, rural Ozarks have a history of attracting white supremacists, but the area's strong live and let live ethic has taken a modern turn in an Arkansas town where a large gay community thrives.
These days more and more foods are straddling the line between prepared and unprepared, taxable and non-taxable. And that has left policy makers with a strange conundrum.
After months of tussling with the city council over the smells emitted by his factory, Srircacha maker David Tran says he might expand his business, but the main operation will not relocate.
As many as 5 million Americans have hepatitis C, and new drugs can cure almost all of them. But patients worry they won't get these expensive treatments in time.
Once a drug is approved by the FDA, doctors can use it as they see fit. That can be brilliant or risky, depending on the medication and the patient.