By Joan Biskupic WASHINGTON (Reuters) – When a prominent U.S. appeals court last year slashed President Obama’s power to appoint government officials, many legal experts said the Supreme Court would be unlikely to let ...
By Lewis Krauskopf NEW YORK (Reuters) – Now that more than 2 million people have signed up for private insurance plans created by President Barack Obama’s healthcare law, a crucial next check-up for the new marketplace...
Richard Ben Cramer explores the abduction of Olympic athlete Kari Swenson and the indefatigable sheriff who hunted her killer.
The true ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ had sex on a pile of cash. How much? A look at the real-life facts and figures behind some of the top contenders on one of Hollywood’s biggest nights.
He’s a pro-Nazi polemicist and convicted felon who calls me a “dumpster diver.” So how acceptable is it to draw on David Irving’s work?
Why America should copy The Netherlands’ latest social experiment.
In ‘Chasing Shackleton’, Tim Jarvis re-enacts a hundred-year-old Antarctic journey using replica gear and clothing. Despite the raging tempests, subzero temperatures, and treacherous crevasse fields, what really tests him are the ...
It’s not just the war in Syria and Egypt’s military crackdown—democracy will continue to struggle in countries across th e Middle East in 2014.
As the U.S. enters flu season, one website hopes to help reduce the yearly influenza-related deaths. And it needs you to help.
In 1971, the U.S. abetted a genocide in Bangladesh—and it’s now siding with the radical Islamist culprits, who are fomenting the country’s latest political crisis.