As political marriages go, few have fascinated the American public more than Bill and Hillary Clinton?s 38-year union.
As the 2016 presidential race approaches, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren may be entering a different phase of her career ? one in which she?s beating back lots of unwanted attention.
After the end of World War II, investigations into former Nazis and other war criminals were detailed in hundreds of thousands of records that were unavailable to the public for about 70 years ? files that finally became accessible this week at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.
The paper was stamped ?Back from the Oval,? and though the scribbled note at the bottom wasn?t signed, the loopy handwriting was clearly President Obama?s.
Cleveland and other Rust Belt cities are making a comeback as young people sick of high prices in the big city look for more manageable places to live and cities capitalize on attracting a new generation of employers.
Frank and Wanda Leppell once lived on a quiet cattle ranch in the middle of a rolling prairie, the lowing of cattle and the chirping of sparrows forming a pleasant soundtrack to their mornings. No more.
With Citigroup Inc. agreeing to pay $7 billion for issuing toxic mortgage securities, the Justice Department now turns to settling its case against what analysts call the biggest mortgage miscreant of all: Bank of America Corp. The government has contended that the Charlotte, N.C., lender bears responsibility not only for its own mortgage bonds, but also for those at two firms it took over during the financial crisis: Countrywide Financial Corp. in Calabasas and Merrill Lynch & Co. in New York. Analysts said BofA will feel the heat of investigations stemming from the subprime housing boom. Countrywide was once the biggest originator of high-risk home loans, and Merrill was one of Wall...