The slowing pace of decline suggests that the US housing market is moving toward stabilization.
Urban meets rural in this memoir of life on a farm in the slums of Oakland.
No US city has seen a more rapid decline of its African-American population.
Some laid-off educated workers are turning to lower-skilled jobs to get by.
Americans are moving less than at any time since 1948. Many are just waiting to relocate, but some may be embracing a new era of nesting.
More students are turning to entrepreneurship, often with the help of campus programs.
The Seldom Seen Actors perform plays with a mission - saving others from addictions and a life on the street that they’ve faced themselves.
A fashion movement asks consumers to think about the origin and materials of their clothes.
Economizing Americans look for ways to stretch the useful life of everything from shoes to computers.