ABC will break an important boundary in television Wednesday night with the debut of "Fresh Off the Boat." It's the first network sitcom in two decades to star an Asian-American family.
United Steelworkers members are on strike at refineries and chemical plants that process 10 percent of the nation's gasoline, diesel, heating oil and jet fuel. It's the first time since 1980 that refineries have been struck. These days, plants are so automated that they can operate for a good while without workers. But will the strike drag on long enough to shut refineries and boost gas prices?
A federal regulator says students of Corinthian College, who paid tuition based on deceptive claims of job prospects, will have $480 million in loans forgiven.
As the country grapples with a growing outbreak of measles, we delve into what works and what doesn't — and what might get people to vaccinate their kids.
Some lawmakers are pushing for a hike in the federal gas tax to help pay for roads and bridges. The White House wants to spend on infrastructure too — as revealed in its budget this week — but not through an increase in the gas tax. Why not?
While Republicans in Washington are still fighting to roll back the Affordable Care Act, in many red states, there's a recognition Obamacare is here to stay. Republican governors in Indiana, Tennessee, Utah and other states are pushing Medicaid expansion — something many at first resisted.
House lawmakers have voted to repeal the Affordable Health Care Act. While they've done this before, two things are different. Tuesday's vote gave House Republican freshmen their first chance at repealing the law, and this is the first full repeal vote since millions of Americans signed up for coverage under the program.
Commentator Frank Deford contemplates the difficulty of knowing when to quit.
Juniper Russo wants what is best for her daughter Vivian, and she sometimes questions mainstream medicine. But after three years of soul searching, she decided what was best was vaccination.