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'Green water,' or water absorbed by soil and plants and then released back into the air, makes up 61.1 percent of all precipitation, and it's underutilized.
Researchers found little evidence that immigration significantly affects the overall employment levels of native-born workers.
While shopping online is convenient, it can also make you an easy mark for scammers.
If Tesla makes its case successfully, it could have implications far beyond the borders of the Wolverine State.
NerdWallet analyzed the past two years’ worth of listings and found that home sale prices — the amount a buyer actually pays — in the nation’s largest metro areas typically peak during the summer, dip in the fall and are lowest in winter.
If you're in the market for a new smartphone this holiday season, then Black Friday and the weeks after can be a boon.
The struggling social media site is reportedly in talks with several suitors, including Google's parent company Alphabet and Salesforce.
Consumers now will be able to order the whole McDonald's breakfast menu—muffin, biscuit and McGriddle sandwiches—all day.
Starwood's loyalty program is much loved by its members, and many people in the travel world are worried about what this merger might mean for this very popular program.
The Obama administration has finally outlined its plans for legislating self-driving cars, a strong indication that automated vehicles will proliferate the highways of tomorrow.
Since Social Security represents about 39 percent of the income for the elderly population, understanding the benefit-claiming options is important in an overall retirement plan.
There’s no reason you can’t put the bulk of your efforts into retirement while still taking steps — small as they may be — to build a pot of money for college, too. Here’s how to do that.