California has long been considered the state with the most seismic activity. But that's changing because of human activities: disposing of fracking wastes in particular.
The Fair Housing Justice Center uncovers discrimination by loan officers at a prodigious bank by way of secret videotapes and recordings.
The Supreme Court is scrutinizing the procedures used to execute inmates in Oklahoma – but the death penalty probably won’t disappear.
Migrant farmworkers travel to America to provide a better life for their families, but in Florida at least, they're often clustered in crowded housing with deplorable conditions.
With the publication of President Barack Obama's 2016 budget proposal, there's less of a focus on the country's budget deficit because it is less of a concern than it was from 2010 to 2012 and it is less politically useful.
Universal childcare' initiative and associated tax breaks could cost $200 billion over the next decade.
After a controversial execution and change to its process, Ohio is delaying all executions for the year. Here in Pennsylvania, several are scheduled but the state rarely keeps its dates.
Saudi Arabian policies have driven down oil prices and are helping to subvert global efforts to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
If the Koch brothers meet their $889 million spending goal for the 2016 election, it would almost make them their own third party. In 2012, the Republican national campaign committees spent $657 million, according to the story.