Cheerleading is not a sport that meets Title IX requirements, a federal judge ruled. But for the millions who participate, it can be ruthless, and a hefty investment.
Politicians cannot calculate the economic profits and losses of government interventions.
The Senate passed an unemployment extension Wednesday evening. Who is eligible? Is it retroactive to June 2? When will the checks be in the mail? We cover the basics.
Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, told senators that the economic outlook 'remains unusually uncertain.'
Why earning power should not be the only thing to consider in choosing a career.
Chicago's famed 'Wrigleyville,' which surrounds Wrigley stadium is a thriving commercial center. Can that organic development be replicated through government planning?
Workplace harassment is at the core of a Louisiana federal trial, the first of its kind in the state.
Students should take out the minimum amount they’ll possibly need on loans; being loaded with student debt after graduation can derail future choices.
While Senate pushes unemployment extension, federal data shows more North Dakotans hold jobs than ever before. Alaska is also near its record.