Some states have codified sports-league rules such that violating the league rules now has criminal penalties. Should more states and more sports follow this trend?
Smart politics and good economics both suggest that the Democrats make this the central issue of the midterm elections.
Interest rates will stay low and the Federal Reserve signals it would take further steps to boost the economy if growth slows.
Home construction rose 10.5 percent in August from a month earlier to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 598,000, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. That's the highest level since April.
Button batteries can be exposed if children crush or pull apart Chuck E. Cheese light-up rings or star glasses.
Gold prices reached record highs three times last week. Does that make gold a better long-term investment than stocks? You decide.
College tuition and student loans take an average 11 years to make up, says a new study. But college grads still come out ahead.
Where is the line between hamming it up for the cameras and outright cheating? Derek Jeter's Wednesday actions provide an interesting case study.
Immigration reform lawsuit costs will be paid by private citizens, who have already raised $3.6 million to support the Arizona laws in court.
Using an alternative voting system in its 2009 mayor's race, Burlington got a 'better' winner, but not the best.
Could very high speed Internet be the next place-based economic development strategy? Google is in a position to find out.
Great recession gives way to tepid recovery that leaves voters worried, exhausted on CNBC live event with President Obama.
Killing the well at this point was the easy part of the oil spill cleanup for the beleaguered corporate giant, whose image will be stained, and bottom line impacted, for years to come.