Today's Balance Sheet: Housing prices dropped to 2002 levels in December.
The Supreme Court considers whether corporations can be sued for violations of international law.
Mitt Romney "won" in Michigan because he didn't lose.
In his most aggressive speech yet, President Obama lays out a blistering attack on Republican ideas.
Protests and national attention couldn't stop legislators from ushering ultrasound legislation through the statehouse.
It's a good thing Germany didn't follow the advice it's giving Greece in 1945.
The Florida Senate rejected the bill 21-19, but it was a hard fought victory "straight out of a gangster movie."
Republican leaders could tear the party apart by annointing a "white knight" with the nomination.
Today's Balance Sheet: TransCanada's ready to break ground on the Keystone pipeline, and the White House just might give them the permit to do it.
If Rick Santorum wins Michigan tonight, he'll have to thank Democrats in his victory speech.
Investors are increasingly queasy about putting money into for-profit learning.
Will the contraception backlash wake up the ladies?
Satisfying the Republican base is growing increasingly costly.
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When it comes down to it, the former Massachusetts governor doesn't get what makes Republicans tick.