TALAHASSEE, FL—The 44-year-old maverick says groundbreaking results require flexibility and creativity, not meticulous planning and observation.
DETROIT—Friends and associates of the American League manager say that, even though Jim Leyland had never rooted for the Detroit Tigers prior...
WASHINGTON, DC—Few respondents expressed strong feelings, but most thought dissolving the union would "be a lot easier for everyone."
Every automobile in Consumer Reports’ list of the top 10 cars in the U.S. is Japanese-made. What do you think?
NEW YORKWith companies' pension funds dwindling as retirees enjoy longer lives, many U.S. business have opted to freeze their workers' employment status.
Americans are delivering babies via Caesarean section in record numbers. What do you think?
In an effort to combat their negative media portrayal, Wal-Mart has set up a public-relations "war room." What strategies have they drawn up to counter ...
WASHINGTON, DC—The FCC is advising that no new show exceed six minutes, and that all programs contain intra-episode recaps.
CHICAGO—The classroom disease is characterized by a lack of creative energy and twinkly, reflective mucus.
In order to boost available content, America Online is preparing to offer downloads of old television programs like Welcome Back, Kotter and...
Colleges across the country are requiring incoming freshmen to take an online alcohol-awareness course. What do you think?
MARSHFIELD, MA—News analysts credit local resident Beverly Tollefsen's media success to her prime position on the corner of Webster Street.
NEW YORKMore than two decades after the breakdancing craze peaked, the first data on its long-term health effects was published Tuesday in the...
WASHINGTON, DC—The answer to morbidly obese Americans' problems could be standing right behind them in the buffet line.
Statistics indicate that the violent-crime rate in the U.S. is at its lowest point in 30 years. What do you think?