Web networking among the unemployed is surging, but experts stress that human contact matters as much as online friends.
When Sen. Jim Bunning lifted his block, the Senate approved a 30-day extension of federal unemployment benefits. More than 200,000 unemployed Americans were set to lose benefits, half of whom already had stopped receiving unemployment checks.
In education and healthcare, job performance data are lacking – but that's changing.
The pace has only picked up after the election of Barack Obama, whose skin color has revealed a usually hidden strain of racism that remains present in the South.
Airport delays are down. Thanks to the recession, fewer people are flying. But weather and location also play a part in which airports have the most on-time flights.
Akron, Ohio, and Pittsburgh have done unexpectedly well, according to a new ranking of the best and worst performing cities. One lesson: There's more to economic activity than housing.
Pressure to resign mounts as the Republican South Carolina governor's emotional outpourings raise doubts among his own party.
The State received the governor’s missives to his Argentine lover in an anonymous e-mail in December.
Retired General Charles Bolden gets high praise from those who've flown with him.