By Diane Lincoln Estes
Dr. John Rex discusses the growing concerns around antibacterial resistance and why so many companies have stopped trying to create new drugs.
By Paul Solman
The CEOs at America's largest firms made an average of $15.6 million in 2016, according to a new report by the left-leaning Economic Policy Institute.
By Kristen Doerer
Cape Cod businesses are struggling with a dearth of workers this summer after Congress restricted the number of H-2B visas -- temporary work visas that grant employers permission to supplement their American workforce with a limited number of international workers.
The "elephant chart" explains the rise of populism in the developed world and so much more.
The clustering of the "creative class" -- professionals in the arts, in the media, in tech -- has brought growth and innovation to cities, but has also led to "the new urban crisis," author Richard Florida tells the NewsHour's Paul…
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