The dreaded budget is still the best way to control spending and set realistic savings goals, say financial advisors.
The first book of psalms printed in what was to become the United States is expected to sell for a world record-breaking figure at auction on Tuesday.
Diane Ravitch says New York parents were understandably outraged when the results of Common Core testing characterized students as failures. The standards are unrealistic and untested.
Flights are canceled, roads are frozen, and parts of the country usually spared are getting pummeled. The deadly Thanksgiving storm of 2013 could long be remembered.
Phil Robertson from A&E's "Duck Dynasty" gets candid about infidelity and alcoholism in a short film from "I Am Second."
A baby dolphin is saved by two boaters off the coast of Brazil after it was caught in a plastic bag.
For the Scottsboro Boys, justice delayed may be justice denied, but for some observers, it's still sweet.
Philip Chism, the Massachusetts teenager accused of killing and raping his algebra teacher, was visibly upset and talking to himself as she talked about his home state of Tennessee after class, according to a police affidavit unsealed Friday.
Another year of magic kicks off Thursday morning at the 89th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, with its signature giant balloons, whimsical floats and performers taking over the streets of New York City, but a couple of displays are generating some controversy.
President Obama's record on foreign policy has changed dramatically since taking office -- he now has one.
Iran's nuclear agreement could lead to more oil on the world market and lower prices at the gas pump, an analyst said.
This holiday season, Americans may not spend their green unless they see more red.
Mirroring Cleveland, not Mountain View, Calif., may be a more realistic way for developing economies to encourage entrepreneurship.
The survey says a majority of Americans doubt the president's management abilities.
A tech boom, while beneficial to San Francisco, is causing resentment among residents, as many are being forced out.
He says among his top values are making sure that "everybody gets a fair shake."