Supreme Court justices will hear arguments Wednesday in the case of King v. Burwell, the latest challenge to President Obama’s signature health care law and one that could potentially leave it gutted from an unexpected direction
The latest research, which the scientists stress is still in its early stages, hints that there may be some benefits to salt that have gone unnoticed
Many of the Israeli Prime Minister's points brought Democrats and Republicans to their feet, but Democrats stayed seated at a key moment
Scientists have discovered a new hormone that normalizes the metabolism and slows weight gain caused by high-fat diets — mimicking the health benefits of exercise. MOTS-c increases insulin sensitivity, allowing the body to more effectively process glucose
Consternation over Iran boiled on Tuesday as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared its nuclear ambitions a threat to Israel. But at the Pentagon, the focus was on Tehran's growing role in Iraq's fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria
New teachers who sign up with Teach for America for two-year classroom stints in some of the nation's highest-poverty schools are just as effective as other teachers in those same schools, and sometimes more so, a new study finds
The California teacher whose students found her hanging in her classroom knew the devastating effects of suicide: Her own father went missing and was found dead with a bullet wound to his head after committing suicide nearly four years earlier
The Philadelphia Eagles will trade running back LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills for linebacker Kiko Alonso, reports Adam Schefter of ESPN. The trade is expected to be made official next week, once the new league year begins on March 10
Planning a spring trip within the U.S.? You might want to budget a bit more money for a hotel. The 20 most expensive American cities to stay in are surprisingly scattered across the nation, from Butte, Mont., to Panama City, Fla.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey argued during a Senate hearing on Tuesday that the allegedly Russian-backed rebellion in Ukraine threatens to undo more than six decades of peace in Europe and could potentially splinter NATO
Sweet Briar College, a private women's college in rural Virginia, announced on Tuesday it will close in August due to "insurmountable financial challenges." Sweet Briar will provide an on-campus college fair to help students in the transfer process
New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford and former NFL receiver Sidney Rice both announced that they will donate their brain to science research after their death. Weatherford said he's doing it "more to help generations after us"