The United States was joined by two of its closest allies in imposing a new round of financial sanctions on the Iranian banking system, seeking to up the pressure on Iran as it continues what the west says is its pursuit of nuclear weapons.
With debt and government crisises in Italy and Greece making international news, people in Spain, as well as lenders, are worried that country will be the next to become financially instable.
Keli Carender in Seattle held one of the first protests to be considered part of the Tea Party Movement. Today, she remains committed to the group and is optimistic about its future.
A new study from triple AAA found that 4 percent more Americans will be traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, and the vast majority will be driving.
If you're planning to eat a traditional Thanksgiving meal next week, it'll cost you a little more this year. Prices are about 13 percent — the biggest jump since 1990.
The middle class in the United States is shrinking. Fewer jobs pay enough to provide the sort of disposable income that was the hallmark of the middle class. Is there anything we can do about it?
With jobs hard to find, fewer Mexicans are choosing to make the trip across the border into the United States, at the same time more are choosing to turn around and head home. Accordingly, for the first time in years, in 2010 the net migration from Mexico was about zero.
After nearly two months, the New York Police swept into Zucotti Park Tuesday night, ordering Occupy Wall Street protesters to leave the park with their belongings, or be arrested. About 150 protesters were taken into police custody.
Many conservatives are taking signs of tension and disorganization as indication that the Occupyn Wall Street movements are coming to a close. But for many liberals, this is just a reorganization of the beginning.
A piece of President Barack Obama's jobs bill won approval on Thursday. It'll provide up to $5600 to employers who hire veterans and keep them employed for at least six months.