The lesson from the Atlanta flood is that many Americans are unprepared for disaster. Nationally, about 30 percent of storm victims live outside 100-year flood zones.
They let go of to-do lists and drifted down river with a guitar and an open schedule.
A new Treasury Department study reports that most Americans don't have health insurance at some point in a 10-year span.
A surge in marijuana farming this year may be due to unemployment as well as growing demand for the drug.
One by one, orphaned plants took over my apartment.
President Obama's speech on healthcare reform Wednesday night will provide an opportunity for lawmakers to rally around a more moderate bill, centrist senators say.
Camp grounds and tent cities become permanent addresses.