The heads of the top U.S. oil, gas and coal companies are financially motivated to extract more carbon reserves, despite dire climate change warnings.
With an intensifying spotlight on police brutality and a lure of big settlements, more attorneys are taking on cases of police misconduct.
Brands like IBM, American Express and Mercedes-Benz are encouraging fans to defy tennis' staid traditions.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto is halfway through his six-year term and despite all of his talk of change, many Mexicans say his promised reforms have fallen short of expectations.
New data from the Pew Research Center reveals that American Catholics don't always take the church's teachings as gospel.
U.S. stocks rebounded Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average leaping 200 points, a day after Wall Street recorded its worst start to September in 13 years.
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