April 2009 Headlines
Martine Sincoskie is like many Americans today. She has been out of work for a year and is seven months behind on her mortgage.
For years, Joan Stansfield's career was on the fast track. Her resume included jobs on Capitol Hill, in the White House and several high-tech companies.
When you're faced with mountains, are you a survivor? Why do some tough it out while others crumble?
Bankruptcy is now a likely reality for two of America's big three automakers.
For millions of Americans, today's economy is filled with uncertainty.
Foreclosures have hit another record high, according to a recent report.
A feature-length musical comedy produced by two teenagers, recently won the largest cash prize ever given at a film festival.
A new movement of Americans disgusted by high taxes is starting to form.
It can be easy for last-minute filers to make mistakes or miss out on an opportunity for a maximum return.
In these tough economic times many people feel overwhelmed. They don't feel they have any control over their financial future.
The job losses pushed the nation's unemployment rate to 8.5 percent making it the highest since late 1983.
While the federal government hopes to put the American auto industry back on the road to recovery, there are some definite hurdles towards achieving this objective.
The Obama administration on Monday unveiled the latest prong in its plan to help end the worst U.S. banking crisis in 70 years.