Half of the $1 billion in tax credits and other economic incentives that Buffalo is getting from the state is going to build a solar panel factory. Skeptics say it's a risky way to create jobs.
The number of people being diagnosed with diabetes has been on the decline since 2009, after soaring for decades. Doctors say people may be changing their eating and exercise habits for the better.
The editor of the American Heritage Dictionary lists off some of the new additions, including humblebrag, cosleeping and bibimbap.
Marion Hodges of KCRW shares a playlist including "The Schuyler Sisters" off the soundtrack for the Broadway production of "Hamilton."
According to the U.N.'s panel on climate change, some of these islands could be almost completely covered in water by 2100.
The terrorist group has amassed its wealth from a variety of sources, including taxation/extortion and selling oil on the black market.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is upending the game plan put in place by the Republican National Committee.
New numbers released today show the first significant drop in national diabetes rates after decades of alarming increase.
As world leaders began climate talks in Paris, Microsoft founder Bill Gates announced a multibillion-dollar effort to support clean energy.
Teachers in Savannah, Georgia, have started attending poverty simulations to better identify with low-income students.