Federal rescue efforts could match the $124 billion cleanup of the savings-and-loan crisis in the 1980s.
Susan Wicklund explores abortion and her role as a provider in a memoir that often surprises.
The National Assembly elected Fidel's brother Sunday to be president in a vote that signals minor changes.
American support in strike against PKK rebels threatens relations with key Iraqi allies.
The question used to be 'withdraw or not'? But now, some progress in Iraq is prompting a more nuanced discussion.
Students are increasingly facing lawsuits and expulsions for targeting their teachers online.
How asset-backed securities tied to risky mortgages and US consumer debt are affecting investors around the world.
State and local governments tighten belts as tax revenues fall, a ripple effect of the housing slump.
Taxpayers can find tax breaks in charitable donations, private mortgage insurance, and higher education, experts say.
Paul Henreid, who played Nazi resistence leader Victor Laszlo, never achieved the fame of some of the movie's other stars and played largely European-type roles.