American food subsidies and food aid to Haiti may be undermining Haiti's efforts to recover from disaster.
In Michigan, a state suffering from about 13 percent unemployment, one employer thinks unemployment benefits are stopping him from hiring.
The middle class may be in trouble in the United States, but in China and India, the middle class is growing at an astounding rate.
A look into The Family, the secretive, fundamentalist organization in the highest echelons of American power.
Claims of workplace discrimination against Muslims is steadily rising. A bad economy could be part of the cause.
The Obama Administration wants to make internet wiretaps easier, giving them more access to people's online info.
Ten years ago, the United Nations established eight goals aimed at reducing global poverty. Now world leaders are discussing if progress has been made.
Smallpox was eradicated from the earth 30 years ago. The Bill and Melinda Gates foundation reflects on what we've learned.
New rules governing kids and credit cards are going into effect, but college students are still finding ways around them.
In Florida, where gay people are banned from adopting children, couples are forced to upend their lives to skirt the law.