Econometric estimates of the federal stimulus often are shrouded in mystery.
Minnesotans flocked to the MN appliance rebate. Check here to see when your state's appliance-rebate program starts.
Almost two-thirds of the growth in the fourth quarter of 2009 is due to businesses restocking their shelves and warehouses.
It took ten years for Troy to fall in Homer's telling of the Trojan War. The euro is roughly ten years old. Coincidence?
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The 2010 Vancouver Olympics hockey final, with the US losing in overtime to Canada, heightened the sport's profile. Will the NHL benefit?
Jim Bunning's opposition to unemployment benefits extension means they'll expire Saturday. But the unemployed won't see cuts immediately.
Vice President Biden seeks to regulate the type of advice financial planners offer American workers.
Fifty-four percent of immigrants in the US on a skilled-worker visa are from India.
Many UK government programs are costing a fortune while producing very little returns.
If you're downsizing to a one-car family, does it make sense to hold onto the second car?
The US Olympic committee is a tax-exempt organization and might soon ask for direct government support.
Fed Chairman Bernanke called Ron Paul's allegation bizarre, but there is some evidence of heightened Fed secrecy in the Watergate years.
Those who do not pay income tax aren't required to because Congress uses the tax system to deliver social benefits.
After a brief run-up, prices of new and existing homes are falling again.
Reports of the latest UK GDP figures are misleading.
There are three other ways, aside from higher interest rates, that "crowding out" can occur.