"Sex, mathematics, music, gold all these things are universal," James Grant says. Grant has called for a return to the gold standard, even though most economists find the idea "laughable."
The latest on what's happening in Egypt.
The military endorsed President Hosni Mubarak's plan for a transfer of power and presidential elections later this year. The move is likely to further enrage protesters who massed outside Parliament, the presidential palace and other key...
WikiLeaks founder is fighting extradition from the U.K. to Sweden.
The Internal Revenue Service decided breastfeeding supplies are medical equipment and therefore can be deducted from taxes. Lawmakers and moms rejoiced.
The Internal Revenue Service decided breastfeeding supplies are medical equipment and therefore can be deducted from taxes. Lawmakers and moms rejoiced.
Depending on your knowledge of Arabic or more likely the interpreter on the network you were watching or listening to you could have gotten very different ideas of what Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak was saying.
In an interview with NPR, the Nobel laureate said he never imagined he'd live long enough to see Egypt free.
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Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin unveiled a bill this week that would abolish most forms of private health insurance and move state residents into a publicly funded insurance pool.