Pew Research Center
More mothers are hanging up their work outfits and staying home to raise their children, according to a new study.
A new survey from Pew Research showed that women continue to make unprecedented advances in the business world, but some say that may not necessarily be a good thing.
What does it take these days to be in the middle class?
After more than a decade of tax cuts, trickle-down economics, runaway government spending, wars, and ballooning deficits and debts, the middle class is poorer and has a lower income than they did in the 1990’s according to a new Pew survey.
Are we seeing a big role reversal when it comes to the traditional roles of men and women in the workforce? Are women now from Mars and men from Venus?
Do you read books? A new Pew Research Center poll says a lot fewer of you do than ever before.
The Trayvon Martin shooting has been the lead story on most newscasts for the better part of the last two weeks. But interest in the case has split public opinion down both partisan and racial lines according to a new Pew Research Center poll.
President Barack Obama is set to deliver arguably the most important State of the Union address of his presidency Tuesday night as he seeks to frame the 2012 presidential election on his terms.
Democratic strategist James Carville created an entire campaign behind the motto of “it’s the economy stupid.” But this year, it may be more than just the economy that helps decide the presidential election.
For some, the dream of a beautiful wedding and honeymoon in a place like South Florida is a key part of the American dream. But the Great Recession and changing views of marriage has left just half of all Americans married,