The Arkansas Republican pushes back on an attack from his own party's Senate campaign committee.
At many companies, part-time means not having fixed hours. Some call the practice "abusive and unfair."
A Dutch program helps the homeless, drug addicts and alcoholics get back on their feet by paying them in cans of beer.
Valerie Jarrett reflects on the passion and life's work of her mother.
Jill Biden writes about her experience with families in the armed forces.
But some say the Oregon Democrat's plan for ending transportation funding gridlock is DOA.
Bipartisan support and opposition isn't making things easy on those deciding where they stand.
The banking industry launches a legal challenge against a key part of the Dodd-Frank law.
The agency's new mandate on ethanol causes a clash between biofuel and oil interests.
International banks and investors are expected to air complaints about the Treasury's proposal.
Experts see U.S.-China territorial friction ahead.
Lawmakers are now aiming for a short-term patch to prevent cuts to pay rates for Medicare doctors.
The reasons given all boil down to the same thing: Republicans are not ready.
Republican leadership aims to prevent the gaffes that caused disasters in previous races.
A recovering economy and cheaper prices at the pump have boosted U.S. gasoline demand in recent months, following five years of decline.
The Latino consumer is being courted with quite a bit of urgency during a tough economic climate. The New York Times reports.
A new video is shedding more light on the death of actor Paul Walker - and the very first minute after car crash.
A lifetime may be too short to recover from the loss of a child, let alone just a year. Nicole Hockley knows this.
China's central bank warned on Thursday that financial institutions should not trade the digital currency bitcoin.
An icon of the automobile industry, the Ford Mustang, is being launched globally, marking the next chapter in the car's fifty years of production.