Animal rights activists are at risk of losing their right to covertly film the abuse of farm animals in several states, reports The New York Times. Some state legislatures have proposed or enacted bills
Business News NEW YORK – The stock market's robust rally was slowing even before Friday's jobs report, but the red flag sent up by the weak data makes the path to more gains less secure. It means the will
Talking about their looks makes women running for office seem less competent, less effective, and less qualified -- even when it's just praise and compliments. A study released Monday sheds new light last
As the Senate returns from a two-week spring recess Monday, topping its agenda is legislation to try to curb the kind of gun violence that took the lives of 20 first-graders in Connecticut last December.
As demand for the substance grows, thousands of child workers toil in the palm fruit trade. Jason Motlagh Squinting under the bill of his baseball cap, Leonary Marcus scans the treetops for ripe clusters
In what would seem to be a contradiction, a respected study says that the quality of service provided by U.S. airlines remained near an all-time high last year even as passengers' complaints soared 22