The founder of PayPal Peter Thiel is offering some of his own money to pay students to drop out of school and start their own businesses.
The creator of The Wire talks about his HBO drama Treme, set in Post-Katrina New Orleans, Louisiana.
More than 40 state governments now have contracts with banks to give unemployment benefits on pre-paid debit cards. Banks are cashing in on the game with fees.
Congress extended the PATRIOT act this week. Many in and out of Congress are worried about civil liberties.
The judge in charge of the case against Jared Loughner, the man accused of killing 6 people and shooting Gabrielle Giffords, has ruled that the defendant is unfit for trial.
Too many Americans have already maxed out their credit cards and couldn't get a loan, even in the case of financial emergency.
Democrats want to use Medicare to hit Republicans until the 2012 election, and Republicans intend to use Medicare to remind people of Obama's health care overhaul.
Bradley Manning's father talks about his son's imprisonment, innocence and the new documentary "Wikisecrets."
More than 1,000 went to the emergency room in 2008 due to texting while walking. Should texting while walking be regulated like texting while driving?
Medicare may have been a deciding factor in Democrat Kathy Hochul's victory over Republican Jane Corwin and Tea Party backed businessman Jack Davis in New York's 26th Congressional district.