It’s simple: decide not to decide. Here is how behavioral economics can help shape your habits and how you can make your New Year’s Resolution stick for good.
Secretary of State John Kerry voiced support for direct South Sudanese peace talks set to begin on Sunday and cautioned against any use of force to try to gain the upper hand. The government of South Sudan and representatives of r...
The tribal sheiks who aligned with the U.S. and defeated al Qaeda have been abandoned by their allies as terrorists retake the country. Now they’re getting ready to fight back.
By Sharon Begley and Lewis Krauskopf NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. medical providers are seeing only a trickle of patients newly insured under President Barack Obama’s healthcare law, as insurers, hospitals and doctors try...
How a small British punk band fooled Reagan, Thatcher, the MI6 and American spies.
A day after DNA testing reportedly confirmed the identity of the jihadist behind the attack on Iran’s embassy, authorities announced he died in custody.
Think your year was wild? This may change your mind. Ron Jeremy and more adult stars reflect on their fondest memories of last year—and what they’re looking forward to in 2014.
Americans no longer take states seriously as political units. And that means federalism is probably doomed.
A new book heralds the promise that big data will reveal more and more about how we live our lives and what we think, but is it really that useful?
Edward Snowden has declared his mission accomplished. So why is the Fourth Amendment still so weak?