Former Gov. Mitch Daniels, now Purdue's chief, says of American youth: 'This generation has a right to be as upset with its elders as any in history. They are going to inherit a mountain of debt.'
Some pro-business Republicans, concerned about the 2014 midterms, say Sen. Ted Cruz should 'sit down and shut up.' Chamber of Commerce chief Thomas Donohue says 'that might be one thing we could work on.'
Food stamps cuts on Friday amount to $5 billion, and additional cuts could occur via a farm bill. More Americans are on food stamps than at almost any other point in the past decade.
Obama approval rating has taken a dive, recent polls show. The botched rollout of HealthCare.gov is a likely factor, but it's just one in a series of stumbles making the president appear 'detached.'
Airline passengers will be allowed to use their portable electronic devices during all phases of flight, the FAA said, easing outdated restrictions on their use that had rankled critics for years.
Fifty years after his assassination in Dallas, John F. Kennedy remains one of the most famous and admired Americans of the 20th century – although historians are split over the import of his 1,000 days in the Oval Office. Can you tell fact from fiction about JFK? Match wits with D.C. Decoder over the nation's 35th president.
Nobody, including President Obama, is sugarcoating the problem-riddled launch of HealthCare.gov, where uninsured Americans can buy health coverage. Here are five questions about what’s happened.
Marvin Gaye wrote two songs that his heirs allege, in a lawsuit filed Wednesday, were plagiarized by artist Robin Thicke, including Thicke's controversial 2013 chart-topper, 'Blurred Lines.' Here's the backstory on the parties' dueling lawsuits.