According to a study by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, 31 million children in the US now live in low-income families.
The Chinese government has sponsored 90 Chinese children and their adopted American families to visit their native country with "Heritage Tours."
White House, Pentagon and Capitol evacuated as powerful earthquake hits Richmond, Virginia.
Billionaire CEO Warren Buffett says increase taxes for the rich, but maybe capping CEO salaries is a better fix for the economy.
Columbia Business School professor says raising the cost of an average home may be a way to fix the economy.
Globalization has transformed some fish processing plants in Alaska, where most of the workers now are foreign students.
In its plan, the Defense Business Board proposes doing away with the traditional pension program for any members serving 20 years.
Palestine goes to United Nations in September to seek recognition as a state, but US may veto any resolution on Palestinian statehood.
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld sued over the alleged torture of three U.S. citizens who worked as contractors in Iraq.
A Boston program encourages low-income residents to eat healthier by giving them incentives to buy food at farmers markets.