Here's a look at the homes of presidents — present and past.
Millions more Americans are unemployed this year than in 2008, and if the most recent elections are any indication, more of them will be voting.
For voters who are already in hock to banks and credit companies, they may want to be more precise with their vote in this year’s election. What if someone wants to vote with their wallet, specifically the credit cards in their wallet, in 2012?
In his efforts to help struggling homeowners, Obama will need banks and Congress to play along, which is far from guaranteed.
Here are five story lines that matter for Tuesday's Florida primary.
President Obama called for tuition reform, mortgage assistance and job training programs in his State of the Union speech Tuesday night.
Mitt Romney released his tax returns and brought the spotlight back to his considerable wealth, but he’s not the first or the richest we’ve seen. Here’s how he ranks with other presidential candidates of the past.
A survey out today shows what voters want from lawmakers, but recent history suggests they may not get it.
According to a poll from Western Illinois University, students are far and away unhappy with the direction of the country, but few consider themselves politically active.
You can tell a surprising amount about the spirit of a presidential campaign from the merchandise it tries to sell.