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Perry invites governors to prayer meeting

Texas Gov. Rick Perry has invited the nation's governors to join him in a prayer day to seek God's guidance to deal with the problems facing America. Full story

Santorum kicks off 2012 bid in Pennsylvania

Rick Santorum officially jumped into the crowded field of Republican presidential hopefuls Monday, announcing in Pennsylvania that's challenging Barack Obama in next year's election. Full story

Texas' Perry urges other governors to join him at prayer event

SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) -- Saying "there is hope for America, and we will find it on our knees," Texas Governor Rick Perry has invited other governors to join him in a "solemn gathering of prayer and fasting" in August in Houston, according to the event's website. Full story

The best- and worst-paying jobs in America

C-level executives continue to stand out for what many consider to be their excessive pay, but it turns out they aren’t, on average, bringing in the biggest paychecks. Full story

Major heat wave to hit much of US

   Cities across America are in store for some hot weather, with temperatures reaching the mid-90s in many areas. NBC's Bill Karins reports.

Moody's lifts debt rating on Corrections Corp.

Moody's Investors Service on Friday raised several debt ratings on prison operator Corrections Corp. of America, citing the company's ability to manage its debt despite budgetary pressures afflicting many of its government customers. Full story

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Continental Tire names CEO of Americas

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Mine workers union wins election in Illinois

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  Mideast tensions grow

Former Rep. Jane Harman explains why America's foreign policy needs to be "rationalized" over the region.

  Banks Still Engage in Risky Practices?

Insight on whether a few bad banking apples can put America at risk for a financial meltdown, again, with Gerald Lipkin, Valley National Bancorp and Frank Sorrentino, North Jersey Community Bank.

  Being married in a post-romantic age

Author Pamela Haag talks about the changing dynamics of marriages in America.

  Debating the debt limit

Rep. John Larson, D-Ct., explains whether America should default.

  Rep. Boehner: 'There's nothing you can't achieve'

Rep. John Boehner delivers the commencement address at The Catholic University of America, telling students, "There is nothing you can't achieve if you're willing to work hard enough."

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Flava Flav Visits America's Nightly Scoreboard On FOX Business Network
Flava Flav Visits America's Nightly Scoreboard On FOX Business Network

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 25: Flava Flav visits America's Nightly Scoreboard on FOX Business Network at FOX Studios on May 25, 2011 in New York City.

Image of oldest mine in the Americas
Image of oldest mine in the Americas

Archaeologists have discovered the oldest mine in the Americas along the coast of northern Chile. The iron-oxide mine dates to about 12,000 years ago.

  Debt in America

Click here to see what our cartoonists think about our growing debt.