America, in a new video from the Danish electro-pop band Liima, is anything but the promised land.
When he isn't fixing up vintage cars, Cees Klumper goes after officials who misuse money meant to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
When someone taps into pretax retirement savings, the IRS considers it income. An unexpected withdrawal can change a person's subsidy for health premiums.
The Barbadian pop star's album Anti includes so many musical styles that it's been tagged "adrift" or "confusing." But there's method — and plenty of Caribbean history — behind the madness.
This is Obama's last chance to give Congress his full policy wish list in budget form.
The former Florida governor finally seems at ease on the campaign trail. Is he peaking at the right time or have months of missteps made it just too much for him to overcome?
A surging, hard-won roots-rock epic, indebted to the classics and wise beyond its singer's 27 years.
Hit by several scandals over food safety controls, McDonald's business in Japan has reported its worst annual results since it went public 15 years ago.
Author Erika Christakis mounts a spirited defense of a four-letter word that, she says, isn't used nearly enough in early classrooms: P-L-A-Y.
Also: Protesters clash with Hong Kong police; a report alleges Russia and Syria are using cluster bombs against civilians; and a report says there was a record number of shark attacks last year.
Did Rubio do serious damage during Saturday's debate? Does Trump need a better ground game? Will Sanders ride a huge win into other states? And how many more Republicans will leave the race?
Relics from the Bronze Age were discovered just north of Stonehenge by a burrowing badger. The bronze saw, copper chisel and an archer's wrist guard date back 4,000 years ago.
Participants dance to music playing on headphones, rather than over loudspeakers. According to a Swiss paper, the problem with silent discos is that people just can't resist singing along.
So far, 39 of the 41 people who died from the quake were residents of the Golden Dragon apartment building in the city of Tainan.
The federal health law is putting farmers in a tough spot. Many contractors supplying workers have to offer health coverage. Insurance is costly and contractors worry about immigration fallout.
Pierce Brown finishes his trilogy with a lot of exposition, and a really satisfying bang.
Rescue and salvage crews are still working at the site of the crash near the town of Bad Aibling, roughly 40 miles southeast of Munich.
Republicans will be looking at the southern part of the state while Democrats will be fighting it out in college communities and blue collar towns.