To rent or own, that is the question posed by the burgeoning sharing economy. For a growing population engaged in this high-tech, low-cost 'collaborative economy,' access to cars, clothes, cuisine – or even a cat – is better than ownership.
Though their political fates are entwined, President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney have rarely connected personally. Wednesday's debate in Denver will be the first time the two men have met face-to-face in five years.
Village Voice and all of its affiliated free arts weeklies will be bought by a group of managers. However, the online classified site Backpage.com, whose listings have drawn fire for promoting the illegal sex trade, will be left behind in the Village Voice purchase.
Insensitive and out of touch? Or simply speaking the cold hard truth? Voters in the states still up for grabs have different opinions on the impact of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's controversial '47 percent' comment.
Web-savvy veterans are using the internet more frequently to connect with one another, and traditional veterans programs are following suit. The Department of Veterans Affairs and the VFW are reaching out to vets in unconventional ways.
President Obama's post-convention poll bounce appears to be real. Some Romney supporters are worried, but he has two major advantages: an economy that continues to falter under Obama's watch and the ability to raise and spend money on campaign ads.