This weekend brings with it a Republican debate in South Carolina. Meanwhile, what's Congress doing about internet taxes, and what's up with President Obama's oil tax?
After a decline in December, people are starting to buy more again. Retail sales increased by 0.2 percent last month, according to the Commerce Department.
The polarizing ride-hailing company is looking to settle claims that it misled consumers about safety ahead of another civil case scheduled to go to trial in June.
Bad credit scores can prevent you from doing things like leasing a car or taking out a mortgage. Fortunately, they can be fixed.
Hybrid cars have traditionally been hatchbacks--think Honda Insight, Toyota Prius, even the plug-in hybrid Chevrolet Volt-- but teh Kia Niro is among the first to be designed as a crossover utility vehicle.
Marco Rubio is proposing making some structural changes to the current income tax. How would his proposal alter the economy?
Dreaming of the perfect wedding? Be on the lookout for unexpected costs that can easily ramp up along the way.
These culinary comics offer up a visual and literary feast. Several also explore the impact of politics on our global food system.
The vacancy rate was high in Flint, Mich. even before the water crisis hit, but the city's recent troubles have not helped its beleaguered housing market.
A study from the Union of Concerned Scientists illustrates that electric cars release fewer carbon emissions over their lifetimes when compared to traditional gasoline-powered vehicles.
Bonds can be an excellent way to save on your tax bill, and there are a wide variety of options to choose from.
Tesla is simplifying the Model S lineup, but the change could push some Model S buyers into a more expensive car.
Apprenticeships, in which young people earn a wage while pursuing coordinated classroom and on-the-job training, hold deep appeal. But whether they can be an effective solution for unemployed and underemployed Millennials is still a big question mark.