In the long term, Trump’s tax plan would slow the economy by increasing deficits and driving up interest rates while Clinton’s would reduce the deficit, which would lower interest rates and boost growth.
It’s not all discounts and deals on the 2016 post-Turkey Day shopping bonanza.
The S90 is a four-door luxury sedan designed to square off against the world's best cars from Mercedes, Audi, and BMW.
The founder of Fisker Automotive is starting a new company under the Fisker name. His former effort went bankrupt in 2013.
Decades of inaction on immigration reform mean that certain areas of the workforce will have severe labor shortages that could be helped by an influx of foreign workers. Other sectors are taking advantage of an outdated visa system.
On a regular basis, more than half of Scotland's electricity comes from renewable sources. The country wants to increase that amount to 100 percent as soon as 2020.
Men might not want to pay hundreds of dollars for fashion's sake, but high quality shoes can last for years, even decades longer than a cheaper pair.
Many people overlook tax credits and deductions that could help defray the costs of caring for a disabled family member. These include the medical expense deduction and the child and dependent care credit.
At a time of food shortage and price shocks, 30 farmers are on a cross-country mission to promote the virtues of healthy, sustainable, profitable farming.
While there are many benefits to keeping all of your finances at one institution, as the recent Wells Fargo scandal shows, there can be risk involved as well.
Black Friday sales have been interfering with Thanksgiving since 2013, and the most popular stores will be open.
Home renovations are a headache and they can be expensive. Make sure you know which ones will add more value to the selling price of your home.
Many banks aren't giving borrowers the rates they deserve, according to experts.
The second generation of Audi's newest sports car is just as dazzling as the original.
The Brexit vote has made it easier for British American Tobacco to finance a merger with Reynolds American. But in the US, smoking is on a steady decline.
We’ve become accustomed to the ubiquitous nature of communications. However, commonplace conveniences change when we travel internationally.
Cut your candy spending by 40 percent by skipping the chocolate, or opting for non-candy treats.