President Obama, shirt sleeves rolled to his elbows, pledged Monday to work hard to keep the U.S. economy moving forward to solid footing.
An airplane with at least 51 passengers and crew members crashed Monday in Venezuela, and some of the people on board survived, government officials said.
A growing number of U.S. schools
and universities are providing students with iPads, which may usher
in a new era for education by transforming paper textbooks into e-
Congress returns from its summer break this week for an abbreviated pre-election session as a cascade of poor economic news has put Democrats in peril of losing both chambers.
Bank shares climbed Monday after regulators agreed to require the world's leading banks to boost their capital reserves to help shield them from the shock of another financial crisis.
U.S. House Minority Leader John Boehner said Sunday he is willing to go along with President Barack Obama's push to let tax cuts for the wealthy expire.
Austan Goolsbee, newly appointed chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, told ABC News "This Week" unemployment is "going to stay high. This recession is the deepest in our lifetimes, the deepest since 1929.