For most Americans, the economic downturn shows few signs of easing, and for those who have been struck by recent job losses, financial hardship, stress and anger are widespread.
SOURCE: Washington Post-ABC News poll/sampling, data collection and tabulation by TNS of Horsham, Pa.
In recession, one road led back home Article | Her parents redecorated her bedroom soon after she left for college, as sure as everyone else in this town that Melissa Meyer would not be moving back. They took down the photos of Melissa meeting the Dalai Lama and laughing alongside Joe Biden, placing them in the closet. They packed away dozens...
Partisan divide widens as Obama considers Afghanistan policy Article | As President Obama nears a decision on Afghanistan, he faces a partisan divide in public opinion that is pulling him in opposite directions. His recent statements about the decision suggest that he is trying to accommodate the views with a war strategy that can be successful and contained.