US Federal Reserve: The Bernanke years
It was a drizzly day in Washington when Ben Bernanke went to his confirmation hearing in November 2005, but all seemed bright for the US economy.
US News & World Report
Woodrow Wilson Versus the Suffrage Movement
You hear a lot about President Woodrow Wilson lately, but not about Alice Paul, the striking suffragette who took to the streets against him for years.
The Miami Herald
Volcker Rule Finalized, Restricts Banks
Federal regulators on Tuesday signed off on tougher restrictions on banks engaged in complex financial trading, finally moving on one of the most complicated portions of the 2010 revamp of financial regulation.
The Washington Post
Lech Walesa cracks jokes -- in Polish
Lech Walesa is a pretty funny guy - at least, we think so. The former president of Poland, 70, appeared at the Capitol Wednesday night before a screening of his new biopic, "Walesa.
Myrtle Beach Online
Hotfile ordered to pay $80M in copyright suit
The court also ordered Hotfile to shut down within 20 days unless the website uses "state-of-the-art content identification and filtering technology" to weed out pirated copies of movies and other material that users upload.
Arthur Schaper: Progressive Elizabeth Warren For President?
US Senator Elizabeth Warren won the 2012 election unseating Scott Brown, the first Republican US Senator to represent the Commonwealth in nearly four decades.
Hollywood Moguls Raise $2 Million for Jerry Brown's Reelection Campaign
A who's who list of Hollywood heavy hitters gathered at a fundraiser for Brown Thursday night at the Bel-Air home of Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn and wife Cindy.
Life changes even as JFK's legacy marks time
Principal Sean Smyth stands by a John F. Kennedy campaign poster, one of the many Kennedy items on display at John F. Kennedy School in Milford, Conn.
Mpaa Ceo Chris Dodd Received 38 Percent Raise to $3.3 Million in 2012
Christopher Dodd, the CEO of the MPAA, earned compensation of $3.3 million in 2012, up from $2.4 million in 2011 , his first year at the helm of the movie industry trade group, according to a tax filing obtained by The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday.