Most young people don't buy the American Dream, but a few still believe it's in reach.
Today's young women make $1.17 for every $1 their moms earned back in 1980. Young men, however, aren't so lucky when it comes to the American Dream
More people in poverty live in America's suburbs than in cities or rural areas. And their numbers are multiplying fast, overwhelming social service agencies' ability to help them
Several leading Republican candidates think more people should pay taxes, though they don't want to hike rates on the rich, which they call 'class warfare.'
President Obama delivered a much ballyhooed speech in the same town where Teddy Roosevelt introduced the nation to "New Nationalism"
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Eat your way through these four fantastic food towns, wallet intact. Your waistline is another matter. Plus, tips on avoiding foodie faux pas.
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These 10 industries are frequently investigated by the Department of Labor for overtime pay violations.
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 ...
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3,000 Americans around the world renounced their citizenship last year. Meet five U.S. citizens who have given up their passports -- or are thinking about it -- to ...
These are the cars that are the most fun to drive for less than $25,000, the experts at Kelley Blue Book say.