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A new study shows that films featuring prominent female characters profit more than those that don't.

Colleges send each prospective student a letter detailing a financial aid award package — but many families say the letters are difficult to understand.

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You got in! But just how much money is that school offering you? Financial aid award letters can be confusing, so we've put together a sample letter — and translated it into plain English.

Bicycles and pedicabs along a dedicated bike lane in Austin, Texas.

Texans overwhelmingly choose cars and trucks for their commutes, but in cities like Houston, Dallas and San Antonio, policy leaders have incentives to support cycling. They say it's good for business.

General Motors CEO Mary Barra as she testified Wednesday on Capitol Hill.

For the second day, General Motors CEO Mary Barra faced tough questions from Congress about how her company responded to defects that contributed to at least 13 deaths.

Joplin tornado figure

The Community Foundation of the Ozarks plays a big part in disaster recover recovery through The Resilient Community

Will Krause

The Missouri Senate passed a tax cut bill, after two different versions were blocked by Republicans who opposed a compromise between the GOP sponsor and Gov. Jay Nixon, a Democrat. Marshall Griffin has more.

GM CEO Mary Barra and the head of the National Transportation Safety Administration testified on Capitol Hill about why it took so long to fix an ignition switch linked to at least 13 deaths.

The Affordable Care Act has made it possible for millions of Americans to obtain health insurance — but how successful has the law been in reforming the health care system?

As members of Congress prepared to hear testimony from GM's CEO Tuesday, Ken and Jayne Rimer, whose daughter, Natasha Weigel, died in the crash of a 2005 Chevy Cobalt, spoke at a news conference held by family members of deceased drivers.

Hinting at lawmakers' frustration and the grilling that likely awaits GM CEO Mary Barra, the event is titled, "The GM Ignition Switch Recall: Why Did It Take So Long?"