The federal minimum wage's purchasing power has rarely been lower since it created in 1938 as part of the New Deal.
Hospitals have a lot of room to reduce, reuse and recycle supplies – as many were forced to discover during the pandemic.
A year after it became clear that COVID-19 was becoming a pandemic, there is still no cure, but doctors have several innovative treatments. Some are keeping patients out of the hospital entirely.
Contrary to popular belief, falling natural gas prices didn't significantly accelerate coal power plant retirements. Here's what did.
Are reparations for slavery enough for colleges to make amends? A scholar argues that access and student loan debt must also be addressed.
Student protesters in Turkey recently used this mythical figure to express their queer identity. An art historian explains the significance.
The New York Times' 1619 project and Donald Trump's 1776 Commission had very different interpretations of US history. Similarly, the Bible has more than one narrative.
Not all flowers smell good, to people at least, but their scents are a way to attract pollinators.
Nearly a half-million Americans die every year from smoking and tobacco use. Might a little-used legal remedy save those lives?