March 2015 Headlines
National Geographic's latest cover story has generated lots of attention because it sneers at those close-minded Americans - mostly conservatives, of course - who do not accept scientific facts.
Oil prices have started falling again. U.S. oil hit the $43 a barrel range, the lowest in six years.
Many Americans live in fear of an audit by the Internal Revenue Service, even though they've done everything right. Tax expert Dan Pilla offers proven strategies for your tax returns so you don't have to live in fear.
The reality of mobile lifestyles have increased demands on mobile computers and all eyes are now on the upcoming release of the iWatch.
Conservatives often grouse that Republicans head for the tall grass when the Left starts firing the muskets. So it is rare and heroic that we have a governor in America who refuses to wilt under pressure.
After 15 years the NASDAQ stock index is back above 5,000. It's the first time since the tech bubble burst in March of 2000.
The idea that the rich aren't paying any taxes is based on misinformation fed to voters. They have been told over and over that the wealthiest among us are paying very little income tax compared to the rest of us.