A few facts and figures about the mammogram industry's bottom line.
If the researchers are right, screening all women starting at 40 yields a lot of false diagnoses—without any clear benefit.
America's most famous bow-tied conservative finds his wild side
America's most famous bow-tied conservative has found his wild side.
The four most-plausible theories
Right-leaning mavericks Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have been among the Kirsten Gillibrand's most outspoken allies. What gives?
Fox Business is right to be scared of this provocative children's movie.
Debt brinkmanship has no place in democratic politics. This simple and reasonable legislation would end it.
It was what came after that changed everything
It was the battles that came after it that really defined its impact.
I've learned long ago that some of the most interesting stuff happens on trains. Right now, I'm on one of the free commuter trains linking downtown Sochi to the Olympic Village and Krasnaya Polyana up in the mountains. Across the very small aisle from me, two Russian women are having a discussion. One is older, one is younger.
Why is the Russian winter sports machine in sixth place? Because most money for sports in Russia comes from the government—which spends it on fancy hotels, not athletic training.
Poor Johnny Quinn. The American bobsledder came to Sochi to bobsled. Instead he's taking gold in the new sport of Getting Stuck in Small Sochi Spaces.First, it was the bathroom. ...With no phone to call for help, I used my bobsled push training to break out. #SochiJailBreak pic.twitter.com/apZRefgvCO