By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
The young drop coverage to avoid higher premiums
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
A bus company that bills one of its tours as a real-life ride through an actual inner-city ghetto has been packing the seats, as tourists from Europe and Australia have flocked for the up-close-and-personal glimpse into one of America's crime-ridden areas.
Turns out Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a pretty good cook.
Suspected thieves ripped out a small safe from the wall of a hotel room near the Cannes Film Festival and made off with about $1 million worth of jewelry inside, a French police official said Friday.
Circumstances have changed dramatically for Stacy Lewis since last year's Mobile Bay LPGA Classic, and that tournament might have been an impetus to her career surge.
Dottie Pepper is returning to golf broadcasting, signing a deal with ESPN that she calls a perfect fit of TV work and promoting junior golf.
The history of welfare programs in the United States is chock full of restrictions on how recipients go about their daily lives. Some are reasonable and in the public interest, but others are heavy-handed and unduly intrusive.
Armed with a new cookbook, NASCAR's most popular driver had big plans for Mother's Day.
It is a brave novelist who opens a book with his heroically obese wine snob, "a vast floodplain of undulating flesh," flopping in marital bliss, with his wife "making that melodious sound that reminded him of mermaids singing in an unintelligible language of a place he had never seen."
The long-simmering battle between traditional brick-and-mortar restaurants and the insurgent food truck industry is expected to come to a head Friday during a regulatory hearing before a D.C. Council committee.
In the four years since Fojol Bros. started to feed the masses gathered for President Obama's first inauguration, the D.C. streets have welcomed close to 200 food trucks.
Kurt Busch has become the first driver this year to pass rookie orientation for the Indianapolis 500.
The worst thing about returning to golf for Adam Scott is that he had to leave the green jacket behind.
Five people were killed Tuesday when the volcano they were climbing, Mount Mayon, blew and spewed forth ash and rocks.
Tourists visiting the District spent $6.2 billion last year, up from 2011 and the seventh year in a row the city has surpassed $5.5 billion, officials said.
Instead of serving meals, the colorful food trucks that usually offer lobster rolls, piping-hot slices of pizza or spicy empanadas were closed on Monday — a demonstration of what the lunch hour could be like under new regulations proposed by city officials.