A friendly first hearing on Capitol Hill.
We think poverty makes people obese and that obesity makes people poor. It's harder to understand exactly why.
This year, there's virtually no powder on the ground in the drought-stricken state.
Low-income people are 27 percent more likely to be hospitalized for hypoglycemia right before paychecks and benefits come out.
They can act as economic engines for entire countries.
The long road from "go west, young man" to "stay put, everyone."
The disadvantaged are the least likely to vote. What does that mean for their interests?
The country's bleak post-industrial future.
There's no simple solution to encouraging local innovation.
A dire slump threatens to send poor, unemployed migrants back to the countryside in search of work.
In reality, it's the other way around.
A slaughterhouse injects meat with water from dirty ponds.
A new map showing the carbon footprint for nearly every zip code indicates that suburbs are powerful greenhouse-gas emitters.
With rippling effects on inequality.
Should you eat it, or put it in a museum?
Unless that city is New York.
Experts expect job growth to suffer and stunted economic growth.
The broadcaster has been getting the kind of controversial tax breaks that normally go to the teams it covers.
The national government issued a series of reforms to fix a struggling industry, but many will be left behind.