The nation's largest privately owned bank, a major security software company and three rental car companies have all ended their relationships with the gun lobby.
It’s not an accident that many students arrive at college with little understanding of U.S. history or knowledge of how their government works. The good news is that they want to learn.
Basic needs for all can probably be met sustainably, a new study finds—but a higher level of life satisfaction may be incompatible with a sustainable planet.
In the business world, promoting more women to boards and executive suites is considered a crucial step, but critics caution it is not enough.
The centrist proposal is winning support among Democrats, but it faces an uncertain fate.
It's largely a return to the bad old days, with plenty of spending on cops and money to burn for a border wall that will accomplish nothing.
A report by Claire McCaskill sheds light on the opioid industry’s ability to shape public opinion and raises questions about drug companies' roles in the overdose epidemic.
The growing deficits reflect, in great part, the impact of last year’s tax overhaul, which is projected to cause federal tax revenue to drop.