Her thoughts on giving up the pound for a single European currency? "No. No. No."
There's a small silver lining in here. We promise.
Turns out, most it tends to get spent on financial aid. But the hikes still might be scaring off poor students.
Young bachelor's holders are hurting. But they're still doing better than high-school grads, and their crisis has been vastly overstated.
Yes, they probably are. But here's why that's OK.
A small fraction of Americans buy the vast majority of books in this country. Goodreads gives Jeff Bezos & Co. a direct line into their thoughts and habits.
Rather than work to tailor a guest-worker program that would please the major constituencies on each side, the Senate just handed the negotiation over to those groups.
The much-loved industry wants a break on its IRS tab, but it's growing just fine as is.
The reason a record number of Americans are on food assistance is that a record number are in poverty.
More evidence that the wild growth of our disability rolls has been driven by the job market.
The number of former workers enrolled in the Social Security disability program has more than doubled in the last two decades, and the reasons why have little to do with the health of our workforce.
What else could that money have paid for? A year of federal healthcare spending, the stimulus, or the cost of the fiscal cliff tax hikes, just to name a few things.
Just 29 percent of the poorest students ever enroll, and only 9 percent ever finish.
More mergers, fewer players. Is this the end of competitive capitalism?
Some states have slashed per-student spending by as much as half.
After riding the yoga boom to four years of amazing sales, it's not clear that the trendiest name in athletic wear can hold its growth steady.
In a world where $100-a-barrel oil is here to stay, there's no need to pad the industry's bottom line.
It all comes back to the housing bust.
But we're probably not the worst in the world.