Social-media site helps seniors stay connected with friends and family.
Shining spotlight on something long hidden deep in shadows has benefits.
Assad taking advantage of U.S. strategy in Syria to ignore him.
Keep pact you made with wife — don't tell minor children for now.
The ravages of the Islamic State have stood as one of the dominant news stories of 2014, but before this year, few were even aware of the organization. Originally a splinter of al-Qaida, it has shaken foreign governments in ways its former parent never could.
Major campaigns this year are aimed at getting veterans into homes.
Senators survived week alone, want colleagues to learn to play nice, too.
Who chooses to install solar panels on their roof? You might assume that the people who do so are probably fairly rich (an average installation can cost around $35,000, prior to tax credits or other incentives), and most assuredly, politically liberal. They can afford it, and it fits their v…
WASHINGTON — Three years ago, in the dark days of the housing crisis, regulators pressed for a controversial rule that aimed to crack down on shoddy and dishonest lending practices. Now they’re rolling back their plans.
Post won global recognition for coverage that led to Nixon's resignation.
"Sex Tape" was released on DVD Tuesday.
KABUL — Top staffers at an Afghan newspaper are being investigated for blasphemy after the publication of an article that questioned whether Muslims should embrace the possibility that more than one God exists.
Every once in a while, someone would come into Jud McMillin's office in Brookville, Indiana, and complain they'd been out boating on the nearby reservoir and had been ticketed for drinking beer. The Indiana state representative is a conservative Republican in a conservative state and, as suc…
For the first time, lawmakers propose prison time for violators.
At an event Monday, she looked . . . different. Here are 22 thoughts.
Mistimed victory now might well doom GOP bid for presidency in 2016.
WASHINGTON — Tens of thousands of federal workers are being kept on paid leave for at least a month — and often for longer stretches that can reach a year or more — while they wait to be punished for misbehavior or cleared and allowed to return to work, government records show.
Let's separate fact from fiction about the security agency.
Questioning cousin's paternity may change things. Or not.
It's that dreaded time of year for recent graduates.
Do that and we'll all promise not to panic about Ebola.
Restaurant waitress Catherine Bryant says she feels safer working at a fancier establishments compared to more inexpensive places.
The federal agency that made quick flips possible is about to shut the program down.
How do you decide if you can trust someone? Is it based on their handshake, the way they look you in the eye or perhaps their body language?
The so-called war is a substitute for serious thought.
What is in a name? Maybe the future of your marriage.
You go with the president you have; hope he finds his way.
Christianity evolved into tolerant, liberal and modern faith. So can Islam.
Vaccine may hurt some, while those getting placebo may die.
Phrasing without snark can be harder than it looks.
Is there a difference between relaxing and giving up?
Risky hobby makes potential guardian anxious.
Before US and Iran cooperate, they must get past the nuclear issue.
Next GOP presidential nominee cannot be richest and whitest person in room.
Prime minister's problem may be that he is not bold enough.
Obama should remind Americans: Fight 'em there, don't face 'em here.
Advice for aunt whose nephew loves "My Little Pony."
White House staff should confront President Obama with the consequences of inertia.
The final half-hour is surprise-filled, but some viewers may check out early.
Strategy is huge challenge, appears to be only option with plausible success.
Time to deal with depression no different than time to deal with other diseases.
People are who they are and he's no Norman Rockwell grandpa.
Israel is story of slavery, statehood, expulsion, scattering, near-extermination and return.