"You can go to any college you want."
"You won't have to pay for college."
"You'll have lots of scholarships and financial aid."
These are just a few of the things my parents said throughout my childhood. I am a second-generation U.S.-born Latina.
NEW YORK - Traders, take your mark. Go! The monthly employment stakes has begun.
At precisely 8:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics will release the Employment Situation report for February.
Gas may be getting expensive, but talk is still cheap. So politicians are responding to the latest spike in petroleum prices as they always do: with a barrage of partisan accusations that has much more to do with exploiting the issue than addressing it.
Republican presidential contender Rick Santorum has his share of problems stemming from his sincerely held but extreme views on a number of issues and his penchant for inflammatory rhetoric that makes even commonplace observations sound loony.
WASHINGTON - If Mitt Romney loses the Tuesday primary in Michigan, panic will set in among Republican politicians and big contributors; talk of a brokered convention or a late-entering candidate will reach a crescendo.