Europeans are developing a third option that lies somewhere between legalization and prohibition of marijuana: limited use in private clubs.
It's striking how little current pop hits reflect the angst and anger that have dominated this summer's news. But critic Ann Powers finds that one of 2014's biggest songs offers unexpected guidance.
Health plans come in a dizzying variety. There's been a blurring of definitions lately that makes the jargony choices more confusing than ever. Here's help.
It's said to be the first song about Ebola, written by two up-and-coming Liberian music producers. The message: "Ebola is very wicked. It can kill you quick quick."
There are two camps in Monrovia. The hand washers. And the skeptics who don't believe in Ebola or in the public health message that scrubbing hands is an effective way of keeping the virus at bay.
Women have been moving for their husbands' jobs for decades. But today, more men are following in their partners' footsteps and grappling with the implications for their own careers.
Preservationists are worried about troves of records stored on what was once considered a durable medium: the compact disc. Many discs can last for centuries but most won't.
Teens used to be all over malls, working the registers and wandering the walkways. But now fewer of them have retail jobs and it appears they prefer tech goodies at home to going to the mall.
The state produces a lot of energy, but environmentalists and the oil industry are joining to combat wind power companies as they try to expand.
Highmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center worked together for decades. But tensions have prompted a split and uncertainty in Pittsburgh's health care market.