The UAW wants to bring back lost jobs and reopen closed factories, but automakers are still wary of a low-demand market.
The daughter of a hoarder describes how her mother's compulsion has shaped her life.
The band's front woman discusses her Vermont roots and influences.
Clinics in the U.S. and abroad offering stem cell treatments they inaccurately claim to treat everything from spinal-cord injuries to Parkinson's disease.
The changes being discussed in Washington will have a profound impact on the incomes and lifestyles of middle-class Americans.
Fish populations are so depleted that when today's children are adults, there may be no fish left to eat.
Rachel Shteir's exhaustive new book traces shoplifting through the ages, and examines theories behind why people steal.
Tactics hackers use to access voicemail systems of mobile phones.
In states like Wisconsin and Ohio, Republicans are leading the charge against unions, arguing that union benefits are unsustainable.
Three rush-hour explosions have left over a dozen people dead and dozens more injured in Mumbai.