How do people reconcile a belief in individual autonomy with nationwide wage stagnation?
What’s behind Mars’ efforts to distinguish between “everyday” and “occasional” food?
The culinary crusader and journalist wants Americans to devote more time to cooking. Is he fighting a losing battle?
Mossack Fonseca didn’t just help its clients avoid taxes, it also hid them from the Treasury Department.
A federal judge formally approved a $20 billion settlement years after the worst offshore spill in American history.
The French national carrier’s female flight attendants have balked at a modesty requirement on flights to Tehran.
It had been at least seven months since the U.S. last announced the untimely demise of an Islamic State second-in-command.
A coalition of corporations is threatening to boycott Georgia if the state’s governor signs a bill that would limit protections for the gay and lesbian community.
NFL owners passed two new rules, including one that will further discourage kickoff returns, over the heavy protests of coaches and players.
Recent U.S. attacks on terrorist camps in three different countries have yielded much higher casualty counts than usual.
The colorful former mayor of Toronto was battling a rare form of cancer.
President Obama’s historic trip to Cuba concludes with an exhibition baseball game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national team.
Controversial remarks by Raymond Moore, the CEO of Indian Wells Tennis Garden, have reignited a conversation about prize money in the sport.
A look at the implications of the State Department’s declaration about the Islamic State’s brutal campaign in Iraq and Syria.
Two presidents, a trove of secretly recorded phone calls, immunity from prosecution, a billion-dollar bribery scandal, and protests.
Secretary of State John Kerry announced ISIS is responsible for genocide in areas it controls. The move has been a long time coming.
Htin Kyaw says he will be a proxy for Aung San Suu Kyi, the democracy advocate and Nobel Peace laureate.
A top official has acknowledged a link between football and CTE, the degenerative brain disease.
A Senate battle over the labeling of products with genetically modified organisms encompasses everything from states’ rights and consumer rights to food politics and food science.
A new UN Security Council report says the Islamic State is attracting outsiders to fight in the failed state, where the group claims it is preventing international intervention.