Economic problems like the housing debacle, Social Security and Medicare shortfalls have a social solution: stronger extended families.
All racial groups lost ground in the recession, but blacks and Hispanics lost a bigger share of their net worth, a new study finds. As a result, the wealth gap is at its widest in at least 25 years.
To be able to work at home a few days a week, some employees agree to a pay cut. Work at home for half the time and you could save as much as $6,800 a year.
A retooling plan for Detroit – involving controversial razing, shrinking, and repurposing – is under way as the Motor City tries to save itself.
Mexican-Americans lead the trend, with births far outweighing the number of new immigrants.
New smartphone apps let South Koreans order groceries during their commute. The food arrives when they get home. Can such smartphone apps work in the US?
New home sales and existing home sales dipped last month and prices continue to fall. But the slump is sowing the seeds of its own housing recovery.
On a variety of fronts, fatherhood, manhood, and even boyhood seem to be under strain or attack. On Father's Day 2011, maybe the guys could use an extra hug of appreciation.
Amazon released its "Most Well-Read Cities in America" list this week and guess what? It mirrors its "Most Romantic Cities in America" list from 2010.
The Hispanic population grew 43 percent from 2000 through 2010, four times faster than the growth rate for the US as a whole, the US Census Bureau said Thursday. Much of that was in the South.