by Igor Volsky & Victoria Fleischer Posted on July 2, 2015
The Obama administration has announced new regulations that would dramatically expand the number of salaried workers eligible for overtime pay.
by Zack Ford Posted on July 2, 2015
In Tennessee, there's nothing illegal about refusing to sell screwdrivers to gay people.
by Jessica Goldstein Posted on July 2, 2015
"You can't say, 'Oh, I'm sorry, there were other ballerinas who are better than you who we're going to hire.' It's very difficult to say that when you have Misty Copeland in the room."
by Emily Atkin Posted on July 2, 2015
India is the world's third-largest emitter of carbon dioxide, which causes climate change.
by Justin Salhani Posted on July 2, 2015
Domestic terrorism has often taken a back seat to plans of foreign terror attacks following the massive loss of human life on 9/11.
by Natasha Geiling Posted on July 2, 2015
How can scientists and breeders find the right gene to make cattle more resilient -- and productive -- in a warming, crowded world?
by Claire Moser - Guest Contributor Posted on July 1, 2015
Paul met with outlaw rancher Cliven Bundy, who infamously caused an armed standoff with federal officials after he refused to pay more than $1 million in grazing fees owed to taxpayers.
by Elise Shulman -- Guest Contributor & Shiva Polefka - Guest Contributor Posted on July 1, 2015
The oil company appears undeterred, saying it still intends to drill.
by Alan Pyke Posted on July 1, 2015
The cannabis legalization measure Oregon voters approved last year is now officially in effect. But it could be more than a year before the state's retail sales system catches up.
by Natasha Geiling Posted on July 1, 2015
Europe isn’t the only continent to see record high temperatures in recent weeks.
by Alice Ollstein Posted on July 1, 2015
Cubans and Americans could both enjoy access to cheaper, better medicine and health care, if Republicans agree to lift the economic embargo.
by Jack Jenkins Posted on July 1, 2015
Many African Americans see the difference between an official hate crime and an act of “vandalism” as an issue of semantics.
by Katelyn Harrop Posted on July 1, 2015
Professional cheerleaders are often paid far below minimum wage standards for their work, despite representing one of the most lucrative entertainment industries in the world. California is working to change this.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on July 1, 2015
The bizarre power grid attacks in the Bay Area are more common than you might think.