The removal of an Arabic-speaking passenger from a Southwest Airlines flight earlier this month is the latest example this year of potential discrimination on US airplanes.
For the first time, Ethiopians swept the men's and women's race of the Boston Marathon. Why do so many of the world's best runners come from East Africa?
How he's changed basketball and become an irreproachable role model in an era of checkered athletes.
The UC Berkeley senior was not the first to be removed from a flight this year as anti-Muslim rhetoric in America grows.
Facing problems of income inequality, US cities looking at new ways to create well-paying jobs for workers.
At 4 million words long, the US tax code is one of the most complex in the world, the result of issues of fairness and, yes, your desire for deductions.
The remains of Army Cpl. Robert Graham, who died in a POW camp, are finally coming home.
In the wake of a heated debate about aggressive behavior by some performers, the City Council approved a bill on Thursday to restrict them to designated zones.
Billionaire David Tepper is moving from New Jersey to Florida, and much to New Jersey's dismay, he is taking his tax burden with him.