$1 of every $2 Americans spend is on real estate and transportation. It doesn't have to be that way.
Based on decades-old stereotypes that unmarried dads are "deadbeats," the majority of welfare programs almost exclusively serve women and children.
Power cuts make the dictatorship virtually disappear at night.
The places creative, service, and working class jobs will grow the most by 2022.
The retail behemoth might not feel much pain from a hike, but some of its competitors would.
Here's a primer to last month's significant floods, droughts, and overall hotter-than-average temperatures.
A common problem with differing causes.
The exploding housing prices we see today are a result of policy decisions made decades ago.
Boston is trying to ensure female workers earn as much as men by asking local companies to rethink perks like flexibility and child care.
Gentrification isn't new -- it's actually baked into the economic forces that have been driving urban development since the 1950s.
One way to boost earnings of single, low-income women is to urge them to seek out jobs in skilled trades instead of retail and service gigs.
Organizations like River Action in Davenport, Iowa, work with governments and businesses to rebuild waterfront communities.
This monstrous weather system is set to make history with the potential to knock out power for a week.
What if USPS offered the same services as check-cashing stores and payday lenders, only cheaper? A novel idea in a new white paper.
A common packing strap is responsible for more than half of Alaska's Stellar sea-lion entanglements.
Hint: It's not favorable tax rates.
More than 350,000 uninsured poor in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metro area alone are missing out on health coverage.
A new study suggests Airbnb cuts into hotels' business. But is that necessarily a bad thing?