Families with autistic children could find the relief they need in the form of the Affordable Care Act.
Faced with prospects of urban revitalization, an El Paso community fears the end of an era.
Three members of the band Pussy Riot have been charged with the antiquated, tsarist-era crime.
Awe-inspiring experiences make you feel that time is more plentiful. They also incline you to give of your time more freely. So go get your fill of awesomeness.
These San Juan residents have been living in squalor for decades, building shanties atop garbage heaps in the polluted Martin Pena canal. Will a new EPA grant transform their lives?
If smoking in a movie meant an R rating, it could reduce adolescent tobacco use by almost twenty percent.
Images from one of Arizona's reservations in the early 1970s, compiled from the DOCUMERICA series in The National Archives
According to a new study by the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center, an ancient form of touch therapy, Jin Shin Jyutsu, may assuage the side effects of cancer treatment.
Research suggests that sleep might be responsible for intensifying the emotional response to a troubling event.
The otherwise lovely comedy starring Aubrey Plaza loses some of its magic when it goes sci-fi.
Researchers have found a protein by which doctors can monitor the likelihood of high risk pregnancies.
Just before World War II, a prominent Atlantic author tried to explain the unique brand of patriotism in the United States.
Images of various households taken during the 1940 Census, assembled by the National Archives and the United States Census Bureau
Opening weekends in the U.S. are the main event, but they account for only 3% of Harry's total haul
Can the high arts benefit from the same technology used by 'Transformers 3?'