Inauguration Day only comes once every four years – here’s a few fun facts you might not know about the big day.
38 children die each year from heatstroke when left alone in cars. A look at laws and safety tips to know for a safe summer with the kids.
Paternal rights laws trail behind science and social changes. A look at headlining custody cases and what they mean for fathers’ rights.
Intent on curbing melanoma rates, the FDA is requiring tanning bed manufacturers to warn consumers about the risks of indoor tanning beds.
A look at the social and financial reasons why millions of young adults are missing from today’s real estate market.
At odds over marijuana legalization: employers who want drug-free workplaces and workers who say it’s unfair to punish legal, off-duty use.
A San Francisco landlord sparked outcry when he asked tenants for income and credit scores. Know your rights as a tenant and potential renter.
The Justice Department is expected to investigate the VA on charges of record tampering, destruction of documents, and neglect of veterans.
The killing of an exchange-student prankster has renewed the self-defense debate, raising more criticism of the Montana’s “Castle Doctrine” laws.
Here’s what you need to know about the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) before you have your baby.