The "Late Show" host bets the president probably can't name all 50 states.
Why we need to stare at you know who.
While the recent global cyberattack has spared federal government agencies, some state and local governments have been affected
This year, the number of governments involved in the Compact grew by more than 40%, disclosing almost 1300 sector specific
Despite five years of abuse by the very system set up to protect her rights, Lillie was still patriotic and hopeful. She
There is an excellent chance that when Republicans look back at the 2016 presidential election, this will be the week they'll point to when Donald Trump completely collapsed.
It's time to take a look at the presidential race once again, and I have to begin with a program note. Up until now, I've been writing these columns every two weeks, but from now until the election, they'll appear each Monday like clockwork, since the race is about to head into the homestretch.
Hillary Clinton's lead in the race for Electoral College votes is shrinking. In fact, it has been shrinking for a solid month now. Two weeks ago, this hadn't really benefited Donald Trump much. Now, however, Trump seems to be surging in the polls while Hillary slides even further.
More Americans today hold academic degrees than ever before. The percentage of U.S. adults who completed a four-year college
As things stand, Clinton still has a healthy 58 percent of the total, while Trump has 37 percent. In two weeks, Clinton has lost eight points while Trump gained three points. The extra five points is now in the tied category.
Hillary Clinton wins with a landslide of votes in the Electoral College. Clinton's percent of the total is 66.5, roughly twice Trump's 33.5 percent. Currently, no states are tied.
It's August. Each day now, the sun comes up a bit later and sets a little earlier. Summer is half over and that means it's time to start thinking about going Back to School.
This article was originally published on 24/7 Wall St.  The U.S. economy grew 2.4% in 2015. This is the most the economy
Unemployment in the United States has steadily improved over the past six and a half years. The unemployment rate today is
This article was originally published on 24/7 Wall St.  The United States has added more than 12 million jobs since the spring