Even White House interns are seeking a wage as the current economy makes on-the-job experience a costly privilege.
As state and local governments cut education budgets and voters kill referendums, the folks running classrooms are stocking them, too.
The clothing chain says cutting its workers' hours isn't tied to the new law, but that's not stopping critics and supporters from weighing in.
The international hit TV show is spinning off lines of jewelry, Christmas ornaments, wine and even house paint.
The social media exec's nonprofit, Lean In, will start paying them after getting caught in a controversy that highlights lots of issues.
The footwear and apparel giant thought intricate, painful marks used for centuries as a male rite of passage would make great leggings.
This time shoddy ink work is the culprit. The cost of botched Benjamins goes beyond the toll on taxpayers.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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