The government would do a better job if there were more female leaders in place, most Americans say.
My fellow Americans, tonight we gather on what is no doubt another historically cold night in our nation’s capital. But while our bodies may be cold our love for America has never been warmer and the state of our union has never been stronger.
If you opt for the feel of a book in your hands over an e-reader, you’re still in the majority, a new reports says.
Vacuuming in the buff appears to be a North American/Nordic habit, Electrolux says, with around 3% of those in Sweden, Norway and the U.S. admitting to it.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at Halloween by the numbers.
According to a poll from Harris Interactive, the perfect age is 50. Or, to be more precise, the perfect age gets older as we do.
The gulf between the richest 1 percent and the rest of America is the widest it’s been since the Roaring ’20s.
A new Gallup poll released on Thursday shows that just 10% of Americans have faith in the United States Congress.
The poll, which surveyed over 1,500 people about their values and beliefs, revealed that Americans have become more accepting of certain things, especially gay and lesbian relationships and having a child out of wedlock.
The US spends more on health care but lags behind other countries in health.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice that many households can use to plan for emergencies, retirement and more.
The Mauris from Lancaster, Pennsylvania got married in September. They say they waited to book their honeymoon until now because they wanted something to look forward to. It was supposed to be a trip of their lifetime. Instead, they returned home grateful to be alive.
Next Friday, the world watches the British royal wedding. And one political watcher says Americans will be watching carefully.
A new study out Thursday showed more and more Americans believe marriage could become optional or even obsolete.
The recent stock market downturn affected many Americans, some more than others. But it seems that even in a bad economy, women might be better investors overall.