Articles by Allen, Jodie
A poll finds Americans united in the belief that the antirecessionary policies thus far pursued by the government have mostly benefited big banks.
Americans’ trust in government is about as low as it has been in half a century, but the story gets more complicated when you look at specific cases.
In China’s economic surge, America’s garbage could be a valued chip.
Many still believe men have it better.
Here's how Americans feel about the secularization of the holiday season.
Fewer favor the effort in Afghanistan, support rises for hostilities against Iran's nuclear program.
Public support for legalized abortions may be declining.
The country isn't becoming isolationist but is more domestically focused.