An unused Winnebago went to a needy handyman, with visions of free labor in return.
Immigration law suit sets the stage for a high-stakes legal clash over states rights.
US Attorney General Eric Holder said Tuesday that he is weighing a challenge of the new Arizona immigration law. The law professor who helped write the bill defends it.
Failed investment bank Lehman Bros. used an accounting trick at the end of each quarter to make its finances appear less shaky than they really were, says a report from an examiner.
But moral panic won't help lower divorce rates and teen pregnancy in conservative states; education will.
The bailed-out insurer AIG is restructuring. This gradual make-over holds the best hope for US taxpayers to recover bailout money, say analysts.