Trying to parse President-elect Donald Trump’s recent threats against US manufacturers that move production overseas is not easy. One thing is sure: His tweet storm warning of new tariffs raises far more questions than it answers.
Making the cut for the coveted IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award got even tougher this year.
Masayoshi Son wants to invest $50 billion in American startups and help create 50,000 jobs.
To the insurance companies, pricing is all about risk. So if you drive a luxury sports car, you are probably going to pay more than someone who drives a Toyota Camry.
Only 12 percent of private-sector workers in the United States have access to paid parental leave through their employers. The scope of IKEA's plan, and its availability to lower-wage hourly workers, is especially rare.
It is a good bet that Congress will cut taxes next year. A small, informal survey of a few taxpayers offers insight on how it would affect some Americans.
In the wake of headline-dominating recalls from General Motors and Takata, and more than a little public pressure, America's largest car retailer vowed to fix every recalled used car on its lots. Now, AutoNation has reneged on its promise.
The 2017 Dodge Challenger GT is the first two-door American muscle car with all-wheel drive.
If you do your research and ask the right questions, you can find an awesome, affordable photographer to capture your special day.
Before my plane took off last week, it had been 55 long years since a commercial flight from Miami landed in Havana.
Germany accelerated the shutdown of nuclear plants in 2011, following the Fukushima meltdown. Though the move met with public approval, Germany's highest court ruled Tuesday that the utilities are entitled to compensation.
This is the fourth consecutive year automakers have exceeded government standards, even as consumers flock to less-efficient SUVs. Their exceptional performance may lie in a combination of technology, and the way regulations are written.
Divorce can be a messy and stressful thing in one's life. If you mix in credit cards into the equation, things get even more complicated.
These free mobile apps can help you find deals, manage your shopping list or even locate your car in a crowded parking lot.
The online retail giant is testing a grocery store model that has no cashiers or checkout lines.
Be prepared to pay more (sometimes a lot more) than retail price, and watch out for scams. Otherwise, be prepared to wait for a Hatchimal until January.
The price of crude oil rose Monday morning, after OPEC decided last week to cut overall oil production in an attempt to stabilize the market.