For the first time, married couples make up less than half of American households, according to recently released Census data. In 2010, just 48 percent of American households were married couples, a decrease from 2000. What’s behind the shift?
Resistant to antibiotics and growing tougher by the year, MRSA is responsible for 19,000 deaths each year in the U.S. But are its rising rates a true public health crisis or an overblown cause for alarm?
This year, more sea turtles and dolphins have been turning up dead on Florida beaches. Is oil the culprit? A network of Gulf Coast broadcasters reports on post-Deepwater life in the region.
Touted regularly for their supposed health benefits, what are these magical fats and what do they really do?
For better or for worse, putting up a prank April 1 has become de rigueur for many media outlets — from planetary purchases and motion-activated e-mail to a new frontier of Comic Sans.