Two days after thousands lined up at Chick-fil-A restaurants to stand in solidarity with its CEO, Dan Cathy, gay activists plan 'kiss-ins' outside its outlets to confront what they see as antigay bigotry. Today, brand solidarity crosses from economics into culture, even politics.
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney denied unsubstantiated claims made by Nevada Senator Harry Reid that Romney is 'hiding something' by refusing to release more of his tax returns. Returns that Romney has made public show that he paid a lower tax rate than most Americans in 2010.
A Chick-fil-A executive's comments against gay marriage have sparked national debate. Meanwhile, the company set a one-day sales record Wednesday. Now, gay rights activists have scheduled a 'Kiss In' for Friday.
To 'develop trust' before taking on the heavy lifting of tax reform, Senate tax-writers are attempting to proceed along bipartisan lines, starting with the extension of a reduced number of expiring tax breaks.
The debate about job creation is becoming one of the central themes of the presidential campaign. The answers aren't simple, many economists say – especially in the current climate of employment malaise.
Members of a University of Colorado threat assessment team reportedly were told about James Holmes, the Colorado shooting suspect, just before he quit school, raising questions about the team's obligations.
As robust defense budget wranglings continue on Capitol Hill, much of the debate about one of the Pentagon's largest expenses – Afghanistan – centers around just how effective the decade-long fight has been. Here are the top three lessons that US military has learned in Afghanistan.