A 22-mile natural gas pipeline in New Jersey ignited a classic jobs-versus-the environment clash in one of the most ecologically sensitive areas of the nation's most densely populated state.
Although Britain is recovering from recession, the homeless population has grown for three straight years. Welfare cuts leave few options.
Blown call in World Cup ushers in computer system.
Crossword inventor Arthur Wynne designed the word puzzle this weekend a century ago.
Obama proposed education and training programs as solutions to U.S. income inequality in a speech addressing the issue Wednesday. While these programs are beneficial, Reich explains that redistribution may be the only true solution.
Two unhappy married expat couples meet in World War II-era Portugal – a meeting that changes everything for all of them.
Vatican poll: Pope Francis is asking local Catholic authorities how they deal with birth control, divorce, gay marriage, and couples living together outside of marriage.
Ladybugs swarming homes in Tennessee are the result of the 'perfect insect storm,' says one entomologist. Ladybugs typically take to swarming in autumn when temperatures start to drop.
Catherine Flynn's wry, touching, third novel follows a widower who visits his son in Spain, only to find that the boy's supposedly glamorous expat life is anything but.
Christiane Amanpour interviewed Malala Yousafzai, whose advocacy for education made her the target of a Taliban assassination attempt a year ago, on Thursday.