Competition on some exchanges will be diminished next year when three of the nation's largest health insurers drop out. Still, most marketplace consumers won't see any ill effects from the moves.
A day after police pulled two of Ryan Lochte's teammates off a U.S.-bound plane to discuss their alleged robbery, reports emerge that the swimmers were involved in an altercation at a gas station.
This year, Bill Clinton and Melania Trump submitted recipes to Family Circle magazine's presidential cookie competition — though some say the whole idea is antiquated.
For some climate activists, the personal decision to have a child is also fraught with moral consequences: the negative impact on the environment, and on the quality of life for those children.
Tate will release a solo album called Sleepwalker this fall. Hear its first single, "Being Alone."
Drew Magary's new novel is the strange story of average guy Ben, whose business meeting at a old country hotel turns into a bizarre odyssey through the woods, full of giant crickets and talking crabs.
La Comunidad, a grassroots effort in Winston-Salem, N.C., offers treatment to a population at high risk of developing diabetes. Group meetings led by non-medical facilitators help reduce costs.
While living in London, Hannigan found that missing Ireland made it a huge challenge to write songs. What happened next came out of the blue and led to a beautiful new record called At Swim.
What makes for "authentic" barbecue and bacon? Barbara J. King looks at the anthropology — and the ethics — of pastured pigs.
The rural-urban split in this year's presidential vote is shaping up to be much bigger than in 2012.
#TBT to a great artifact of South Africa's early '80s flirtation with disco and the future — those synthesizers and slinky grooves haven't aged a bit.