Renouncing US citizenship is a growing trend among high-earning expats living abroad, including Tina Turner and Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin. But does it make economic sense?
Home prices across the country’s major cities grew at their slowest pace in nearly two years in July, according Case-Shiller's 10- and 20-city home price indices. But for couples with an improving job market, the home price slowdown could help ramp up home purchases later in the year.
If you have ordered an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus since Apple's announcement earlier this month, then you might now be trying to figure out how to accessorize and/or protect your precious gadget. We've rounded up some of the best deals on iPhone 6 cases and the like.
Health insurance plans can be complicated, and the wide array of differences in types of Medicare coverage can make it even more so. Understanding your Medicare options can help you save your money and sanity when it comes to choosing health insurance plans.
Tracy Morgan and others in a limousine struck from behind by a Walmart truck in June are at least partly to blame for their injuries because they weren't wearing seatbelts, the company said in a court filing Monday. The Walmart filing was made in response to a lawsuit Tracy Morgan filed in July over the accident.
Self-driving or electric? One researcher contends that green-car advocates should support connected cars that are increasingly intelligent, leading toward partly and fully automated driving.
According to official budget rules, taxpayers will earn more than $200 billion over the next decade from new student loans, mortgage guarantees, and the Export-Import Bank. According to an alternative that CBO favors, taxpayers will lose more than $100 billion.
A greenhouse in the northern Canadian community of Kuujjuaq, Nunavik is providing fresh local produce for residents of the Arctic region for the first time. The greenhouse will help improve local food security by extending the growing season past the summer months.