On the presidential campaign trail, Obama and Romney debate job creation when the easier path is tooling up graduates of higher education for jobs that already exist. But a political divide deters even that solution.
Planned Parenthood sued the state of Arizona Monday in an effort to overturn a law that blocks funding for its health clinics because the organization also performs abortions. The new law is part of a national campaign against Planned Parenthood orchestrated by conservatives.
A federal judge struck down the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which precludes gay couples from receiving federal marriage benefits. She is the third federal judge to do so, suggesting that the Supreme Court might need to step in soon to clarify its position.
Facebook lawsuits charge that banks in charge of IPO didn't share company information with all shareholders. In addition to Facebook lawsuits, two congressional committees are also investigating the IPO.