The National Labor Relations Board's general counsel made up his mind: McDonalds is a real employer, and should be liable for complaints.
Gun advocates argue that right-to-carry laws make cities safer. Why D.C. should be skeptical.
It appears the American public isn't nearly as comfortable sending unaccompanied minors back to Central America as the Republican party might hope.
A group of Democrats in Congress introduced legislation to make sure that any company that incorporates overseas would be barred from doing business with the government.
Medical marijuana laws have zero impact on teen use. None. Zilch. Nada.
Experts say we need a better plan for raising the next generation of doctors.
Spillover effects could lower GDP by 8 percent in some vulnerable countries
Some states like beer, some states like wine, and some states love hard alcohol.
The housing bust has median households worse off than they were 30 years ago.
Medicare’s financial stability has been strengthened by the Affordable Care Act and other forces that have been subduing health-care spending.
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About 77 million Americans struggle with delinquent debt, according to a new report.
The program enables borrowers who are in some stage of foreclosure to buy their homes, an arrangement that has been banned by the mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The program's fiscal health is improving. Just how long that can last is still anyone's guess.
The rich have grown farther apart from the rest of us during the Obama years, but Obama's tax policies and the Affordable Care Act are narrowing inequality to less than it would otherwise be. This is what is important.
Zillow is buying Trulia. Here's what that might mean for consumers.
The Fed is trying to figure out how to turn off the spigot of stimulus and start draining the tub. Here's what we know so far.
This week's challenge was a tough one.
Amid a pile of unfinished bills, a breakthrough on VA reform
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Britain had a big boom, a big bust, and big austerity. But now its GDP is finally back to where it was in 2008.