December's monthly report shows total serious single family delinquency is still falling, but at a slower rate.
Tax preparation season is here, and there are plenty of places to look for free assistance.
Free bagels, cereal samples for your friends, and high value Procter & Gamble coupons are some of our deals of the week.
Smartphone apps – one for the iPhone, one for Android – will tell you when your IRS refund is coming.
The stock market today fell by 166 points, with investors worried about shipping through the Suez Canal and the possibility that protests will spread through the Middle East.
Ford Motor Company earnings were 30 cents per share vs. an expected 48 cents. Executives pointed to $1 billion in cost increases for launching new vehicles.
Medicare could be replaced with a fixed payment to buy private insurance, according to one Republican proposal.
The US economy grew at a relatively healthy 3.2 percent annual rate in the final quarter of 2010, the Commerce Department reported Friday. That is an improvement from a 2.6 percent rate in the third quarter. But to many Americans, it's hard to tell if anything is really better. Buried in the new report are clues to why that is – and what might happen to the economy in the year ahead. Here are five things that the government’s preliminary report on gross domestic product reveals about the health of the economy.
Is a drug development center at the NIH is an unwarranted extension of government?
Foreclosures have been huge in cities that rode the real estate bubble in the West and in Florida. But the fastest rise in foreclosures is taking place primarily in far less frothy metropolitan areas of the Southeast, according to a new report by RealtyTrac. North Carolina alone was home to four of the Top 10 fastest-rising foreclosure metros last year. While their foreclosure rates are still quite low compared with most places, these metros and their plight illustrate how the poor economy is driving the housing crisis now.
Can texting, napping, ball cap-wearing students learn professionalism?
Corporate taxes should be simplified and rate lowered, Obama says. But many loopholes have a powerful constituency.