Health clinics are an integral part of the country's healthcare system. They are intended to help heal or prevent further development of illnesses.
The author of ‘The Glass Castle’ spins a “true life novel’ around the life of her irrepressible grandmother.
A tax credit to spur hiring can help trim unemployment, say experts, but comes with a heavy price tag. The revenue loss for a 1977 scheme was $5.7 billion.
The unemployment report on Friday showed 53,000 fewer government jobs in September.
Developing nations' urgent need for more energy has become a central issue this year as developed countries push for a global reduction in carbon emissions.
Federal officials at the Distracted Driving Summit are urging more states to outlaw driving while texting and some senators have introduced a bill.
A new study looked at student performance in all 50 states since 2002, when No Child Left Behind Act took effect. The focus: achievement gaps for minority and low-income students.
The controversy over New Jersey students singing about the president raises the issue of how schools should talk about contemporary politics in the classroom - including the first African-American president.
To boost their economies, state officials should be discouraging gambling, not trying to expand it.