Steve Inskeep and David Greene have the Last Word in business.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is drawing new attention to the threat from homegrown, lone wolf radicals. He's pulling together a group of prosecutors and FBI agents to address domestic terrorism.
The government expects as many as 60,000 child immigrants to illegally enter the U.S. alone — a tenfold jump in just three years. Local agencies that deal with these cases say they are overwhelmed.
Republicans say the EPA is going to kill jobs and raise electricity prices with new carbon emissions limits. They're up in arms about something their own party championed during GOP presidencies.
A new analysis suggests unconscious sexism causes people to take hurricanes with female names less seriously than hurricanes with male names.
Despite the civil war, Syria is holding a presidential election on Tuesday. President Bashar Assad is expected to win another seven-year term.
In Greene County, Pa., one in five jobs is in the coal industry. The EPA rules announced Monday were met with skepticism, and worries about what it will mean for the local economy.
For the first time, the U.S. would regulate the greenhouse gas causing emissions from existing coal plants. The goal is to reduce emissions 30 percent below 2005 levels by the year 2030.
Due to malnourishment, some 200 million toddlers in poor countries have under-developed brains. A study in the journal Science suggests more play time with mom can dramatically reverse the damage.
Testing for radiation, detectives try to show that wine bottles purportedly from Thomas Jefferson's collection were fake. And with wine fraud rising, authentication is getting even more sophisticated.
States and school districts are struggling to navigate the flood of new materials claiming to be Common Core-aligned.
Veteran reporter David Ignatius' new novel explores the sometimes dangerous intersection between hacker culture and the world of intelligence — and offers a prescription for a new kind of agency.
The professor accidentally left a hand grenade in his carry-on. His late father, a World War Two veteran, used it as a paperweight.
On twitter, the Blackhawks tried using a certain hashtag but autofill changed it into an obscene one