It’s time to shift our focus away from repairing broken adults to building strong children.
On paper, Brazil’s Olympic bid appeared magical. In reality, it was a mirage. It’s time for the International Olympic Committee to stop bankrupting countries.
Science suggests healthy eating is needed for weight loss. So why do taxpayers subsidize junk food?
It comes down to a face-off between journalists and algorithms — and ultimately, news versus content.
One of the central byproducts of Trump’s nomination has been a rush to label his supporters as ignorant racists in the thrall of a con man. Not only is that a dangerous oversimplification, it’s counter-productive and hypocritical.
Financial advisors use the term deaccumulate to describe how retirees should spend down their savings — liquidating their nest egg by about 5 percent a year. We should do the same in our households.
The gig economy — perhaps best embodied by companies like Uber and Lyft — may account for less than 1 percent of the workforce. But, it has sparked a debate over what’s fair to those making a living outside typical employment relationships.
When is a child’s aggressive behavior a normal part of growing up, and when does it signal that something more serious may be wrong?
That South Sudan’s leaders can act so brazenly is down to one thing: They know there are no consequences.
A son celebrates his soon-to-be 72-year-old mother’s long commitment to long-distance running.
Self-driving cars will have an impact on efforts to combat climate change. The question is: Will it be for better or for worse?
Pre-torn jeans are back, and once again, fashion sense is overriding common sense.
Make no mistake: Britain’s upcoming sovereign decision matters greatly to those in the U.S. Here’s why.
When it comes to the race for president, is America’s glass half full — or half empty?
It’s time for European leaders to recognize that the refugee crisis is not just Turkey’s problem to fix.
We tend to view the wealthy as accomplished and the poor as somehow lax. But actually they have much in common.
Commissioner Roger Goodell should focus less on minutiae and more on changing football’s brute culture.