Lack of big ideas and other roadblocks in Asia make economic competition with the West a game of perpetual catch-up.
The young-adult novel, "The Vast Fields of Ordinary" is the story of Dade, a young man growing up gay in Iowa and his eventful summer between high school and college.
Why companies are losing billions in turnover to the demanding millennials in their workforce.
Dick Moore, mayor of Elkhart, Indiana, was on hand to see President Obama return to the struggling capital of the R.V. industry in order to commit stimulus funds for the making of electric cars.
"Ebony" and "Jet" are struggling and a longtime African-American paper in Boston is in financial trouble.
Tweeting the diary entries of John Quincy Adams from 200 years ago, when he journeyed to Russia as a US minister.
Center for Healthcare Decisions survey reveals what Americans care about most in health care.
Bank study rebukes President Obama's $75 billion plan that encourages banks to lower mortgages for people facing foreclosure.
MIT researcher says constant texting is causing anxiety, sleep and relationship problems in teenagers.
Thembi Ngubane documented her battle with AIDS in audio diaries -- she recently died of complications from AIDS-related tuberculosis.