Nearly 1 in 7 parents with grown children had a “boomerang kid” move back home last year, according to a new Pew Research Center report.
Britain's big debt and the possibility of a hung Parliament after upcoming elections have hammered the pound in recent months.
A House plan to 'deem' the Senate version of healthcare reform is very convenient, especially for those who want to support the bill without admitting it to voters.
The debate around exchange rates and trade balances is new again, thanks to the current economic environment.
Britain's education reformers should learn the lessons of Sweden's school voucher system.
While Congress mulls healthcare reform, US drug companies appear to be shifting profits to foreign locations where taxes are lower.
The Democrats' healthcare reform will cost $940 billion, according to the new CBO score. But most Americans wouldn't see much change in premiums.
Some US cities can escape one or even two recessions. These Top 10 rebound cities have recovered jobs quickly after at least three recessions.
The Graco high chair recall is the second major recall for the company in three months.
The latest Coincident Indexes for the 50 States report showed slight improvements in many states, but overall persistent weakness in economic activity.
Hong Kong has untaken reforms to curb speculation about a pending real estate bubble.
That latest figures for unemployment claims.
These markets are seeing their lowest home prices in ten years.
Tax season is a stressful time for many people. But it doesn't have to be.
A star-struck economist explains her hopes for Sen. Al Franken.