Growth driven less by ideology than by middle-class economics could strain peace talks.
Internet addiction is not recognized as a separate disorder by the American Psychiatric Association, and treatment is not generally covered by insurance. But there are many such treatment centers in China, South Korea and Taiwan — where Internet addiction is taken very seriously — and many psychiatric experts say it is clear that Internet addiction is real and harmful.
A new government study looks at factors like income and identifies specific skills that could be challenging.
The Monitor's language columnist takes a closer look at a superlative turn of phrase that keeps popping up in Washington.
The stimulus package allows buyers to claim a 30 percent tax credit for renewable-energy products.
Many students need extra aid to pay spring-semester tuition.
Most kids today don't collect stamps and baseball cards as their parents once did. Does it matter?
Despite policy pullbacks and some appointments, most liberals are happy.