The New York Times
A former CIA officer convicted of leaking details of a secret mission to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions is making his final pitch for a lenient sentence.
Despite optimism among U.N. climate change negotiators, recent reports indicate there may be no way to prevent Earth’s temperature from rising before any deal could be put into effect.
The behavioral and academic gap between boys and girls has grown larger than divides between rich and poor, and even race, with experts saying the widening gender gap has created a “crisis” that is hurting the U.S. economy.
The Belarusian president has lashed out against President Barack Obama, drawing a comparison between American exceptionalism and Nazism.
Despite the Safe Drinking Water Act, you and your family may be drinking dirty water.
The reporter for Mother Jones magazine who broke the story of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s remarks that 47 percent of Americans “believe they are victims” is among the winners of the 64th annual George Polk Awards in Journalism.
The Great Recession personally affected a vast majority of Americans with 56 percent of a study saying they have less money in savings than they did before the economic decline.
New York Times columnist and Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman writes that Americans are not facing a fiscal crisis, they are really facing a job crisis.
After a rocky week for Romney Republicans, a New York Times columnist called the conservative candidate, “the least popular candidate in history.”