Johnny Depp's new film 'The Tourist' provides some perspective on the new tax law.
Gold ATM, installed in a Florida mall Friday, lets customers buy by the gram or ounce.
70 percent of Americans want bonuses banned at taxpayer-supported banks.
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The tax deal passed Thursday night embodies the essence of Reaganomics: reduce taxes on the wealthy and shrink government (except for defense).
If kids in apartment buildings and townhouses are exposed to more second-hand smoke, as a new study argues, is that an argument for returning to the carbon-footprint-heavy suburbs?
The rumored 'recovery' is anemic at best for entrepreneurs, whose deteriorating earnings aren't helped by Washington's offer of more, cheaper loans.
What will happen to Americans whose unemployment benefits have totally run out?
This is the seventeenth entry in a twenty part series discussing the wonderful time and priority management book Making It All Work by David Allen. New entries in this series will appear on Tuesday mornings and Friday mornings.
Women in their 20s earn more than men the same age, according to a new study from the UK, but women's earnings drop below men's in their 30s.
A new jobless claims report 3,000 fewer initial claims than last week, but an increase in continued unemployment claims.
New York Times columnist David Leonhardt wrote about Obamacare. Here's a contrasting opinion.
In December and January, The Simple Dollar is posting a daily series focusing on specific activities you can do right now to set the stage for a great 2011. Out with the old, in with the new.