The White House Council on Women and Girls is hosting a conference on the ways toy retailers perpetuate gender stereotypes.
Trying not to be very apocalyptic (but being so), a very big solar storm could disrupt the fabric of society as we know it: The danger exists and is palpable, says astrophysicist Marcelo Gleiser.
Sicangu Lakota artist Frank Waln has rapped about the Keystone XL Pipeline, his battle with depression, and the modern Native American experience.
The measure would delay payments on Puerto Rico's debt load, which is now more than $70 billion, until January 2016. Creditors say the measure violates prior agreements and the island's constitution.
Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz won big in the Wisconsin primary last night, and the presidential campaigns look ahead to New York.
A Florida dairy farmer has had to dump hundreds of gallons of skim milk from her creamery because she doesn't add vitamins back in. Legally, that makes it an "imitation milk product."
Millions of children and adults are eligible for subsidized dental care in California. But the state's program is underfunded and many families can't find a dentist who participates, a report finds.
He was an accountant for Big Oil. Then came the cyclone of 1970. Sir Fazle Hasen Abed found a new calling — and came up with a idea that could be key to ending extreme poverty.
Days after adopting a name change, George Mason University has again renamed its law school. The first attempt to honor the late Antonin Scalia was ridiculed online.