A bipartisan Senate bill could stop the nation's two largest housing lenders from guaranteeing home loans.
Would it be possible to fall in love with an artificial intelligence? A new film seems to say yes.
Troy University is opening up a faith-based dorm this fall. Church-state separationists are not impressed.
The Eighth Amendment forbids the execution of the mentally ill. So why did we kill John Errol Ferguson?
The Texas Democrat can run for governor and help revive her party, but she can't win—or can she?
Turns out that for most people, the answer is, not any longer than they expect to.
The Washington Post, one of America's great newspapers, was on a downward spiral. Jeff Bezos stands as good a chance of saving it as anyone.
The former "Love Guv" is back in the public eye and calling himself a feminist, but the anti-prostitution measures he signed into law make life more dangerous for women in the sex trade.
The Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy: a new model for American liberalism?
The first lab-grown meat has arrived. It's got a way to go.
Is it too much to ask for partisans to just say that something, anything, isn't evidence that their opponents are terrible people?
Critics of the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case have applauded the federal government's civil-rights probe. But it's unlikely to lead anywhere.
Jim Messina crosses the pond. Is he crossing Obama, too?
What took Senate Democrats so long to make progress on confirming executive-branch nominees?
About those jobs the economy is creating—are any of them full-time?