As those of you not living in a tunnel already know by now, a huge crop of celebrity nude photos leaked online over the weekend.
It looks like Walgreens has bowed to customer pressure and decided not to relocate its corporate headquarters from Illinois to Switzerland after all.
Democrats and Republicans both have their fair share of difficulties to deal with heading into November.
As the president prepped for his vacation this past month, all hell seemed to break loose.
Ironically, the deepest tarnish on the president’s legacy might very well be the state of race relations by the time he leaves office.
I decided to take a break from the heavy stuff this week, especially with summer winding down. So, please enjoy me partaking in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Robin Williams is dead. When I see news like this, about someone else plagued by demons so much like my own, it shakes me to my core.
Roughly 90 percent of the 30 million or so Americans still uninsured by 2016 won’t have to pay a penalty.
As far as PPACA is concerned, why would Congress fix something they want to fail?
Kaiser Family Foundation's latest health tracking poll shows how little of a priority health care issues seem to be right now.
While auto features in retirement plans have proved helpful in boosting both participation and savings rates, a new study indicates that they could be a lot more impactful if savings rates were set higher.
An analysis of Medicare Fee-for-Service claims data shows a substantial shift in site of care for outpatient drug therapies from the physician office to the hospital outpatient setting from 2008 to 2015.