The Tony Award-winning star of stage and screen opens up about her two-week stint crooning at the Café Carlyle and the masterful impression seen ‘round the world.
The president finally takes a big stand against wealth inequality tonight, but he still won’t touch the tax loophole that benefits some of his biggest donors.
For years Republicans have been spewing doomsday rhetoric, but the stock market is booming, the deficit shrinking, and the economy is adding lots of jobs.
Sanctions and rising oil prices have collapsed Russia’s currency, and there’s not a damn thing he can do about it. In fact, it’s going to get worse.
Ex-AIG CEO Maurice ‘Hank’ Greenberg is in court seeking $40 billion from the government over its massive bailout. Let’s hope he goes the way of the shameless Fannie and Freddie hondlers.
Down two-thirds since the 2009 peak, the issue that once dominated the headlines—and pundits’ airtime—is vanishing as a political and real-world phenomenon.
A ex-New York Fed examiner revealed shockingly weak oversight of the banking giant—and, worse, how little has changed since the financial meltdown.
Protesters might have flooded Wall Street to demand a greener world, but Wall Street is financing the construction of a post-carbon economy in a way that government can’t.
When Apple Watch comes out early next year, it will be cooler and more relevant than any Rolex or Cartier. Sorry, Switzerland.
Fast food doesn’t sell like it once did, so the burger chain is taking over Tim Horton’s—not for their doughnuts, but for their lighter tax burden.