The staff of Dunder-Mifflin gets a run for its money when it meets Pam's old boyfriend
Andy gives the characters a lecture after Michael discovers he has a cold sore
Andy stars in a production of "Sweeney Todd" in an episode that highlights what's best about the series
Only on "The Office": The Scranton branch leader goes to therapy with his arch-nemesis
The first episode of Steve Carell's last season aired last night. Can the other characters make us forget about the star?
John Fisher describes the challenges and rewards of being a traffic engineer in Los Angeles.
The mysterious show's two and a half-hour final episode left several questions unanswered and didn't always make sense but was satisfying nonetheless
Want to watch the finale this weekend but have no idea what the show is about? These scenes will bring you up to speed—sort of
After weeks of gory deaths and new characters, the show's penultimate episode focuses on the core castmembers
In Kansas City, Missouri, 150 blocks of downtown real estate have been declining for more than four decades. Now an ambitious project might transform the area into a beacon of sustainable living.
A new study finds an association between the attention deficit disorder and a pesticide found on many fruits and vegetables
A public art project uses technology to bridge two very different neighborhoods
Some long-standing mysteries are solved this week, but still more arise as the series moves toward its finale
After this week's death-soaked episode, only six original castmembers are left. Who will survive until the show's finale?
A new international agreement would exclude Japan, Iceland, and Norway from a global moratorium on commercial whaling -- essentially legalizing their commercial whale hunts.
After nine years of controversy and heated negotiations, U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced that the Cape Wind project is set to launch.
This week's episode brings people together for the first time in years—and points to the series' approaching finale
While the Senate labors over climate change legislation, corporations including IBM and Wal-Mart are attempting to make sense of what it actually means to retool for a more energy-efficient economy. That starts with an understanding of how a product's carbon emissions can be traced through an often lengthy supply chain.
The down-on-his-luck character is "Man of the Year" in the show's flash-sidewise timeline. What does it mean?
The beloved series gets a modern-day facelift. Will today's "Twilight"-obsessed youths be interested?