The United Nations' top nuclear watchdog said Iranian authorities are continuing to deny his agency access to a sensitive military complex suspected of being a site of nuclear activities.
Jeffrey Miron says states' legalization of marijuana is not enough, the federal government needs to act.
Have you ever thought to yourself, "I really like this Paul McCartney song, but I wish I could see him playing it from multiple angles?"
At the Jerusalem synagogue where two Palestinians carried out a bloody attack with butcher knives and a gun this week, worshipers are determined to keep praying.
"The Hunger Games" has become a rallying point for university students expressing opposition to Thailand's military government, with several detained after flashing the sci-fi series' anti-establishment salute.
A college trip to Israel changed rabbi Kalman Levine's life, his childhood best friend Shimon Kraft remembers.
In September 1985 a devastating earthquake measuring 8.1 on the Richter Scale smashed into Mexico City killing 10,000 people and leaving parts of the city in ruins.
While Taylor Swift has given up on free streaming music, Billboard hasn't.
The obesity epidemic has grown too big to ignore.
Medicaid spending is expected to soar more than 11% in fiscal 2014 as many states expand the program under Obamacare.
For most of us, wine remains a big mystery.
Joe Clancy, the interim director of the U.S. Secret Service, will testify before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that his organization has "fallen short" of its goals and recent public scrutiny of the agency has "potentially dire consequences," according to his prepared remarks.
People believe that stress comes from external sources. That's why they're so stressed, author A. Parthasarathy writes.
Freezing staff members' eggs, creating a disco tunnel in the office or offering unlimited vacation time - companies are thinking outside the box to keep their staff happy.