U.S. Postal Service gets a 1 cent stamp hike. And it could go even higher.
300,000 fewer households nationwide will be getting federal heating help at a time when prices are rising.
Technology companies are on a shopping spree in Israel, spending billions on ever larger deals and fueling the country’s startup success story.
Obamacare applications ramp up in California. Now 10,000 people a day are registering for either a private insurance plan or Medicaid.
The number of homeless Americans is on the decline, the government announced Thursday.
President Obama criticized insurers in 2010 for big profits. But their stocks have surged while Obamacare is off to a poor start.
Hundreds of thousands of people are held as slaves in America. Many are forced laborers working as housekeepers, dishwashers, or in door-to-door sales.
Senate Banking Committee votes 14-8 to send Yellen’s nomination on for consideration before the full Senate.
A deepening slowdown in France is hurting Europe’s fragile recovery and reviving fears that the region’s second biggest economy could slip back into recession.
Many Americans browsing the Obamacare exchanges are finding the Affordable Care Act isn’t living up to its name.
Women have regained all the jobs they lost during the financial crisis, but men still lag behind.
After months of steady progress and faster growth, China’s factories have hit a minor speed bump.
The budget focus on Capitol Hill is whether lawmakers will do the bare minimum and agree on a spending level for this fiscal year before funding runs out on January 15.
Fed officials discussed possibility that they may have to taper for reasons other than substantial improvement in the job market.
Two bags with 24 gold bars were found on a Jet Airways plane in India on Tuesday.
Yet another dark cloud is looming over global banks as regulators examine their behavior in the $5.3 trillion currency market, threatening to deal a fresh blow to battered balance sheets and reputations.
Eric Newman of St. Louis spent about $7,500 building a collection of 1,800 coins that sold for $23 million in a recent auction. Here are some highlights from the collection.
Wal-Mart workers who were allegedly fired for protesting for better pay could soon get their jobs back.
Did Census Bureau employees fabricate data used in calculating the nation’s unemployment rate? Republican Congressmen are demanding an investigation.
Forget that strong October jobs report. It wasn’t strong enough to convince Ben Bernanke to slow the Federal Reserve’s stimulus program.
Many costs associated with corporate legal cases are treated as deductible under the tax code, in much the same way that a company’s other expenses are. The one exception: Penalties paid to the government.
Bank to pay record penalty, admits wrongdoing in selling of securities before the financial crisis..