Code-breaking legend Alan Turing, who suffered the injustice of chemical castration after being convicted of homosexuality in the 1950s, was pardoned by the British government on Monday.
Healthcare.gov had record traffic today, leading the Obama administration to push back the deadline for the healthcare exchanges by a day.
Want to test your DNA to figure out if you’re at risk for breast cancer, like Angelina Jolie did? Not so fast.
Mikhail Kalashnikov, the Soviet general who invented the AK-47 for the Russians, died on Monday.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal wants the FTC to investigate Target over its weak security.
If it’s so much more expensive than what we anticipated, and if the coverage is not as good as what we’ve had, you’ve got a complete meltdown at that time.Sen. Joe Manchin • Offering up an optimistic take on the future of the Affordable Care Act. Manchin, a Democrat who leans right, wants a one-year delay of the individual mandate.
In the first case of a reality star successfully using the judicial system, “Sister Wives” star Kody Brown and his four wives have succeeded in getting a portion of Utah’s bigamy law weakened thanks to a Friday court decision. Brown’s family left Utah in 2011 based on the law, which bans cohabitation between people who are already married to other people—the portion of the law struck down after the family sued.
More Obamacare bad news: Approximately 15,000 filed forms have failed to actually go to the insurers they were supposed to. The good news is that stat is improving.
It took just a minute and 20 seconds for the shooter in Friday’s Colorado school shooting to shoot someone else and take his own life.
If you’re sending a package really close to Christmas, good news: The U.S. Postal Service will be delivering packages the Sunday before.
Why do Americans use the word “marijuana,” and not “cannabis?”