Society loses, a study finds, if it doesn't promote a day of rest and regeneration.
His claim as a change agent passed a test in beating the 'inevitable.' Now for the next test.
With one of the toughest job markets for kids in decades, the hunt for work takes more skill.
A global food summit is a test of leadership in pushing research on higher crop yields.
A sprinter's artificial legs help pose questions about fairness – and personhood.
Obama and McCain say Iran must not get the bomb. They should read a new UN report.
Up to two-thirds of the UN-approved projects do nothing to reduce carbon.
The US Congress must not undercut Mexico's effort to root out corrupt cops and drug cartels.
Gasoline at nearly $4 a gallon has already cut driving the most since 1942.
Both aren't consistent on talking with US enemies. But then, that isn't the real issue.
College sports programs lose money and fail to educate their athletes.
The big lesson: Threats to force aid into the delta may have pushed the junta to relent.
Congress must fund safety research for this atom-manipulating industry.
Premier Wen's compassion after the quake may represent a new type of leadership.
A court-forced decision on polar bears is not the way to impel Americans to cut emissions.
Through its terrorist proxy Hezbollah, Iran builds up its Shiite influence in the region.
Farm subsidies will cost each US household about $320, the price to please agribusiness.
Russia's new president inherits a tinderbox in Georgia, a NATO aspirant.
A tax on fossil fuels will cut greenhouse gases – as Sweden has done since 1991.
Despite violence, the opposition should agree to a presidential runoff election.