The president-elect's proposed Artists Corps is one plank in his push to revitalize the arts in education.
2008 battered investor portfolios. Here's why they can expect better results in 2009.
Venues for up-and-coming artists are disappearing as copyright licensing fees get stiffer, although some relief is in sight.
Spending big on the economy is less risky than doing too little, he asserted Thursday.
What happens when pets are released back into the wild?
Shaken investors fled stocks in 2008. Return slowly, advisers say.
School officials hope financial and training incentives will help fill the need for 200,000 new teachers.
Gasoline and some heating costs are expected to be relatively low in 2009.