Federal Watchdog: Pipeline safety oversight shoddy
Critic David Bianculli reviews the two new TV programs in the horror genre competing for viewers and attention: NBC's modern-day remake of Rosemary's Baby and Showtime's Victorian Penny Dreadful.
US wholesale stockpiles rise 1.1 percent in March
This week, we chat about the Star Wars casting news that had everyone in a tizzy, we tackle the return of FX's Louie, and as always, we tell you what's making us happy this week.
Because why shouldn't Julia Wolfe and David Lang be bringing the Bang on a Can All-Stars to Arthur? Watch this short and totally charming clip.
House votes to make research tax credit permanent
Patricia Heaton talks about career, motherhood
Postal service had $1.9 billion quarterly loss
Beatles Rickenbacker guitar coming to auction
What is the mix of bachelor's degrees awarded today? And how has it changed since 1970?
Marketer Rory Sutherland says advertising adds value to a product by changing our perception, rather than the product itself.
A couple plays The Mountain Goats' brutal song "No Children" at a wedding. Can their love be saved?
Why do we like an original painting better than a perfect forgery? Psychologist Paul Bloom argues that our beliefs about the history of an object change how we experience it.
Customers want to feel what they buy is authentic, but consultant Joseph Pine says creating "real" authenticity is a challenge.
Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock dives into the mysterious but influential world of brand marketing, on his quest to make a completely sponsored film about sponsorship.
Also: An appellate court suspends voter ID laws in Arizona and Kansas; Thai protesters are angry over their interim government; and China uses monkeys to help patrol military bases.
Indiana says it will appeal gay marriage ruling