August 2014 Headlines

Wanted: Young Farmers to Grow America's Food

As many of America's farmers are aging out, young farmers are needed, fast. One answer may be found at Polyface Farm, which offers a highly sought after internship on alternative farming.

How Money Walks: States That Do This are Wealthier

Growing research shows two important variables influence the prosperity of certain states. Author Stephen Moore addresses those factors in his new book.

Texas Group to Launch 'Christian eBay' to Help Poor

A new Internet company called is working to create a "Christian eBay" with the goal of giving back to the world's struggling and impoverished while glorifying God.

S&P: More Education Needed to Close Wealth Gap

The Standard & Poor's rating agency reports the rising wealth gap in the United States is slowing economic growth, but changing the tax code to narrow the gap isn't the answer.

More Americans Falling Behind on Debts

More than a third of Americans are falling far behind on their debts, so far behind that those debts are being reported to collection agencies, a new Urban Institute study revealed.