As the economy created by government entitlement programs collapses, economists of the Austrian school should speak out.
Stock prices have plunged too often in the past decade for risk-averse young adults. Will Wall Street lose a generation of investors?
Poverty rate rose to 14.3 percent in 2009, but government figures don't capture very well the long-term rise in living standards.
Fuel-efficient vehicles are focus of X Prize. One winner is an ultralight car that gets 102 miles per gallon.
The American government hints at trade sanctions against China, but those won't address the core problems: China needs to keep its people employed, and America needs its consumers to start consuming.
Tax cuts: The GOP's McConnell wants to extend the Bush-era tax cuts, but he might have to shut down half the federal government to pay for them.
Diet drugs are competing to win government approval. But a Food and Drug Administration panel rejects the second of three diet drugs: Arena's lorcaserin.
Elizabeth Warren understands 'every American has to get a fair shake in their financial dealings,' Obama says.
Continental Airlines and UAL shareholders approved the deal, which will create the world's biggest airline