The latest news on government
New report suggests ways for FDA to beef up its oversight
The U.S. Supreme Court evaluates a controversial California law.
The base of the GOP represents a flight from economic reality.
Americans’ trust in government is about as low as it has been in half a century, but the story gets more complicated when you look at specific cases.
A majority supports expanding insurance, but most say the measure makes the wrong changes, poll finds
Derek Bok discusses the government's ability to foster happiness and well-being.
A growing segment of Americans are uncomfortable with the expanding presence of government in every facet of modern life.
But experts say ways exist to ease travel for those with chronic illness or disability
International guidelines show half to two-thirds of women of childbearing age fit the bill
Sandra Day O'Connor's new Web site might help fill in kids' knowledge gaps.