If the vice president and Cabinet decide that the president cannot discharge the powers and duties of his office, they can displace him.
Checkout charity research suggests that it can boost sales and doesn't ward off customers who don't contribute.
Americans want more say about their benefits, training and other important issues at work.
The US and Mexico announced a bilateral trade deal that pointedly excludes Canada. A economic law expert explains what it means.
A weather expert explains where petrichor – that pleasant, earthy scent that accompanies a storm's first raindrops – comes from.
Fifteen years after the Northeast Blackout of 2003 cut power to 50 million people in the US and Canada, experts explain that many threats to the electricity grid remain.
Papa John's is hoping to use the corporate strategy to prevent founder John Schnatter from taking back control over the pizza chain.
Is a shot of tequila actually good for you? And what's the deal with the worm? To celebrate National Tequila Day, a food historian explores some little-known aspects of the popular Mexican spirit.
Iran has threatened to shut down this narrow seaway. Here's why that could be a big deal.
Everybody does it, but why? Scientists aren't really sure if exhaustion, stress or some other social factor is at the root of yawning – and how it can be so contagious.
Trump has often talked about leaving the World Trade Organization. An economist explains what it is and what would happen if the president had his way.
Total gifts from individual donors are rising, at least for now.
The Supreme Court struck down a California law requiring faith-based crisis pregnancy centers to post signs with information about family planning services.
Trainers and fitness gurus often tell their charges how to 'burn fat.' But what does that actually involve? Here's a Speed Read on something that actually takes a fairly long time.
Generating less electricity with fossil fuels could help save lives.
The tilt of Earth's axis as it orbits the sun results in the seasonal changes.
International law recognizes that women and LGBTQ people face unique forms of violence that may qualify them for asylum. The US now asserts that domestic abuse is a 'private' matter.
Social Security will have to dip into its trust fund to pay benefits this year for the first time since 1982. Should we be worried?
When you see a bolt of lightning, do you immediately start counting to see how far off a storm is? An atmospheric scientist parses the practice.
Kids often experience anxiety when separated from parents for short periods. Longer separations, happening with some immigrant children, is a different matter, a leading child psychiatrist explains.