A year after the Boston Marathon bombing, participants return for an historic photograph.
A new report likens the current treatment of people with mental illnesses in the U.S. to the 18th century.
Difficult economic times lead to changes in the ways that we spend our money. The Atlantic takes a 30-year look at the differences between how the top earners and the bottom earners divvy up their income.
The way we all read, focus and retain information is changing because of the devices we read on.
In the last-minute rush of tax season, be wary of who prepares your taxes.
Cheaper, smaller cars can be great starter vehicles for young drivers. But some GM models do more harm than good.
States with weakened helmet laws, including Pennsylvania, have more deaths from motorcycle accidents.More states are being pressured to repeal their universal motorcycle helmet laws. But when those laws are changed, the number of fatalities starts to rise immediately.
The U.S. government is changing its way of finding missing soldiers from past wars.
The impact of waterboarding and beatings to uncover information from prisoners may have been purposely exaggerated.