After a disastrous self-help retreat gone wrong landed him in prison two years ago, James Arthur Ray is out and back on TV. Now, many are asking: Do self-help programs deserve deeper scrutiny?
The New York Times analyzed thousands of industry emails, government documents and analysts reports. Some show the gap in thinking about the economics of shale production, with one email calling the U.S. shale gas production a Ponzi Scheme.
Gas drillers are still trying to sell the public on fracking even as natural gas prices for residential homes are set to rise this winter.
University of Pennsylvania scientists find physical differences in 'grey matter' among the sexes.
An Australian doctor gets a first-hand look at American healthcare.
Pennsylvania requires background checks on nursing home office workers who manage residents' funds, but the state does not require audits on those accounts to monitor theft.
No jobs, plenty of coal lure the desperate workers.
The shale boom has triggered big changes in little places across Pennsylvania.
Just in time for the holidays, check out these infographics about America's beloved dish: the turkey.