More than 26 cents of every federal tax dollar goes to the U.S. military and 20 cents is funneled to healthcare, the National Priorities Project said Monday.
Saving enough for retirement is a concept that is slipping away for many U.S. workers, a national survey found.
Only 20 percent of U.S. entrepreneurs indicated they believed the economy would return to pre-recession levels, a recent survey indicated.
Even though the fall off the "fiscal cliff" was more like a bungee jump, the U.S. economy has yet to step back from the precipice.
Fireworks lit up the skies in major global cities such as Sydney, Beijing and Tokyo as the world said farewell to 2012 and hello to 2013.
U.S. voters are evenly divided on whether Mitt Romney's business experience would be a help or hindrance as president, Rasmussen Reports said Monday.
Performance ratings for the U.S. Supreme Court rose after the justices heard the challenge to the 2-year-old healthcare reform law, Rasmussen Reports said.
A nearly equal number of Americans said they favor President Obama's jobs plan as oppose it, Rasmussen Reports said Monday.
U.S. voters are evenly split on whether President Obama and Texas Gov. Rick Perry hold extreme or mainstream views, a poll released Thursday indicates.
U.S. voters say they think the U.S. government should help create jobs, but said the matter would be better left to business leaders, Rasmussen Reports said.