A lack of sleep can increase the risk of traffic accidents, heart attacks, diabetes and maybe even Alzheimer's disease, research suggests. Yet most people with sleep disorders don't get treatment.
Former President Jimmy Carter regularly teaches Sunday school, and he's made it clear his cancer diagnosis won't change that. The small church he attends can't fit all who travel there to hear him.
It included an antique horse-drawn carriage and rose petals dropped from a helicopter. Government officials were angry that this was the message sent as 60 alleged mafia members had trial dates set.
The owner tells WFTV in Daytona Beach, Fla., that no guns will be allowed in the restaurant. And people who've been drinking are banned from the range.
Major League Baseball is dominated by specialists. Speedy players might enter a game just to run bases. And pitchers focus so much on throwing a baseball that they can't hit one. But that's where San Francisco's Madison Bumgarner upsets convention. He's hit 10 home runs in his career. David Greene talks to Giants' longtime broadcaster Jon Miller about Bumgarner and pitchers with bats.
Research indicates companies with owners from countries that have been shown to have higher levels of corruption are more likely to evade taxes in the United States.
Larry Cohler-Esses of The Forward traveled to Iran last month for a seven-day reporting trip, marking the first time a Jewish publication had been granted a journalism visa since the 1979 revolution.
While some kids go to summer camp, others opt for a virtual camp. It uses the Minecraft video game to teach engineering skills, basic coding and how to be a good citizen in the digital landscape.
The two women who made it through the Army's notoriously grueling Rangers training program are set to graduate Friday — the first women ever to pass Ranger School.
Roger Ailes is used to having Republican politicians show deference to his channel but presidential candidate Donald Trump shows deference to pretty much no one — and that's scrambled the equation.
Our "Planet Money" team was puzzled when they discovered that by one measure the most profitable movie made in the last five years is also widely considered to be one of the worst.
Thousands of families are have been forced out of their homes to escape hundreds of fires burning throughout the Northwest. But the fires aren't the only problem: It's also the smoke.
Steve Inskeep talks to Anne Stevenson-Yang, founder of J Capitol Research, and Patrick Chovanec, of Silvercrest Asset Management, about how the changes in China's economy are affecting U.S. business.
Student loan debt is turning into a major campaign issue, and one solution many candidates can agree on is allowing graduates to refinance their student loans. But it may not be the best way to help.
Nine years after Hurricane Katrina, the area still had no grocery store. So, using his savings, Burnell Cotlon opened one himself. "If there's a problem," he says, "somebody's got to make a move."
Amazon was called out for its harsh coworker critiques, but peer reviews have been popular in American offices for years. Some say they make a team better; others call the reviews "very toxic."
AMC's new zombie show, Fear the Walking Dead, a prequel of the channel's biggest hit, starts Sunday. TV critic Eric Deggans says it's not a clone of the original, but needs to get much livelier.
Ten years ago, tiny Pearlington, Miss., got hit with a 30-foot wall of water, inundating homes that hadn't flooded in 50 years. Some rebuilt — repeatedly — but for others, the incentive isn't there.
As calls for newsroom diversity get louder, we might do well to consider that black reporters covering race and policing literally have skin in the game.
As the flight pushed away from the gate without him, he went through an exit door and onto the tarmac. He told police who stopped him that he was trying to make it to his high school reunion in Ohio.