'Harold & Kumar': Affirmative Action With A Goofy Grin

Film is first major Hollywood release to feature Asian-Americans in lead roles.

Rising Interest Rates Aren't Just Your Parents' Concern

If you have a credit card, a job or a loan, you'll be hit too.

Who's This 'Wealthiest 1 Percent' Getting So Many Tax Cuts?

And why are the rich getting a bigger break than the poorest 20 percent?

Disney And Pixar Look To Life After Divorce

As the ink on the settlement dries, both companies have several films in the works.

Cyberbikes To Spray Anti-Bush Text Messages On NYC Streets

Web users can make their mark during fall Republican convention.

Summer Jobs Scarce For Teens

Fast-food and retail jobs not so plentiful anymore.

'Reggie The Registration Rig' Heading Cross-Country To Register Young Republicans

RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie says he came up with name for truck while reading Dr. Seuss to his children.

Gay Weddings To Continue In Upstate New York Town, Mayor Says

New Paltz, New York, Mayor Jason West undaunted by threats of legal action; wedding waiting list now numbers more than 1,000 people.

Meet Jennifer And Dana, Newlyweds

New Paltz, New York, mayor performing marriage ceremonies for up to dozen same-sex couples on Friday.

Debate Over State-Funded Religious Scholarships Not Over

Though Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday, another case is brewing.