There are new accusations about Donald Trump's campaign chairman's ties to corruption in Ukraine. As Trump ramps up his anti-media rhetoric, Paul Manafort is denying claims by The New York Times that he may have received millions in "undisclosed cash payments" from a pro-Russian political party while working as a consultant in Ukraine.
Ryan's rough run
Despite a massive victory in his Republican primary, it's been a lousy summer for Paul Ryan. After making a show of delaying his endorsement of Donald Trump, Ryan has spent weeks attempting to bridge divides between the Trump campaign and Republicans openly hostile to him. And still, nobody's happy.
The latest thing in health plans for U.S. workers? Private exchanges. Some big-name companies are adopting the plans, modeled on Obamacare, as a way to offer employees more medical coverage options. What should you look out for if your employer offers one?
The librarians at the New York Public Library have been called the human Google. Though they may not be as fast as your favorite search engine, meet the trusted sources who, in this age of instant information at our fingertips, are as reliable as ever.
Return to glory
Of the 69 medals U.S. athletes have earned so far in Rio, almost half of them came from swimming. Two went to Anthony Ervin, an athlete who medaled as a teenager and waited 16 years for his return to glory. See why, this time, his future after the Summer Games looks golden.
Draw the line
Although students should try to avoid wracking-up college debt, soaring tuitions often makes that impossible. So how much is too much? It depends. We look at some of the key factors, from a person's expected income to where they live, that help determine how much debt is appropriate.