Mini owners will be able to opt in to a BMW-run network that would make their cars available to registered members, as well as a device that allows users to pay for access to their cars.
The process varies from school to school, and there’s no guarantee that your appeal will be approved, but there are steps you can take to improve your chances of increasing your college financial aid.
Is it worth trading in your old laptop for the new MacBook? Read on to find out how it differs from the previous generation, and to see what early reviews are already saying.
Last week, Mitsubishi admitted that it lied about fuel economy stats on 620,000 late-model Japanese vehicles. In light of those misdeeds, the Environmental Protection Agency has ordered Misubishi to conduct new fuel economy tests on its U.S.-market vehicles.
Nissan says the cars may have a problem with a sensor that detects if the front passenger seat is occupied and if that passenger is an adult or a child.
Bernie Sanders has argued that that 'sin taxes' like levies on soda consumption unfairly burden low-income families. Is he right?
Families of color are less likely to have savings or inherit money and face significant barriers to building wealth, such as discriminatory policies and practices that thwart home ownership.
A lot of online stores will ship your orders for free, but those bargains often come with limitations. To help you navigate, we've put together a list of 48 retailers that offer free shipping, plus some tips on how these deals work.
US consumer spending ticked up just 0.1 percent last month as Americans again chose to save, rather than spend, their cash. Happily, they got a lot more of that cash in March.
Saudi Arabia is now starting to contemplate a future in which gasoline and diesel now longer power the majority of the world's cars.
It's one of the greatest holiday weekends to shop, especially if you're in the market for clothes, home goods, or a new mattress.
Keeping your finances separate when you get married may seem counter-intuitive, but it's a smart way to maintain control of your money even in the midst of wedded bliss.
Four months after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the first time in nine years, consumers aren’t earning any more on their savings. There’s usually a lag between when the Fed raises rates and banks start paying more interest to customers. But why wait?
China is about to implement much tougher emissions standards—and sooner than carmakers expected.
There's no simple answer for whether withdrawing from your retirement account will help or hurt you in the long run. It all depends on the scenario.
The reality is that going-out-of-business sales are often the opposite of a bargain. Here's why.
Will Bernie Sanders’s supporters rally behind Hillary Clinton if she gets the nomination? Likewise, if Donald Trump is denied the Republican nomination, will his supporters back whoever gets the Republican nod? Robert Reich argues that the answer may be yes.
When house-hunting fever strikes, it can hit hard. You’ll probably download a home search app or two and jump into the car, ready to explore a new neighborhood. Before you do, here are answers to some questions that might pop up along the way.