Discrimination cases serve as painful reminders of how no one benefits from inequality in the workplace.
It has been a chaotic and controversial 32 years for the disaster agency that celebrates its birthday this month.
Health officials support smoking bans at work, but history shows that Big Tobacco is not easily defeated.
A blizzard halted Christmas traffic in the Northeast. But that was nothing compared to these past storms.
The West Virginia mine disaster in April triggered a renewed vigor to safeguard miners across the globe.
Looking back at a 2008 data breach that exposed 130 million credit card numbers.
Whether it is due to increased enforcement or just more thieves, pension fraud is on the uptick.
The publication of 90,000 Afghanistan war documents ranks alongside other epic leaks.
2010 has been a record year for floods. It also has been a record year for National Flood Insurance Program lapses.
A look at deadly earthquakes throughout history.
A brief history of the Doomsday Clock.
The H1N1 pandemic is the latest episode in a long history of disease and its impact on public health.