A baseball card may be an appropriate way to remember Enron, as the Houston energy giant turned out to be a house of cards. The company, which once employed some 32,000 people, filed for bankruptcy in December 2001.
From fewer police to cuts in healthcare benefits and monthly pension checks, Detroit's workers, retirees and residents share how their lives have been changed by the largest municipal bankruptcy in history. More
The Pentagon is shrinking the Army to its pre-World War II size. The brunt of overall Defense cuts is being felt by military families. Housing allowance and pay raise cuts only make it worse. 5 military wives share their stories, in their own words, edited for clarity. More