Nissan Leaf has become the highest-selling electric car of all time, moving 50,000 units across Japan, Europe, and the US. High customer satisfaction ratings, in part, are driving the Nissan Leaf's success.
BMW recalls 1-Series, 3-Series, and Z4 late-model cars in US and Canada for faulty battery cable connector. Vehicles can lose electrical power unexpectedly, causing engine stall.
For new homeowners, the decision between a shorter-term mortgage and a longer one with much lower monthly bills is a tough call. Use non-financial elements of your personal life to determine which is best for you.
Spending cuts will begin to automatically take effect in two weeks, Harris writes, and allowing the sequester's automatic spending cuts to happen would be terrible policy.
Sony is expected to unveil the PlayStation 4 next week, which means prices on its predecessor, the PlayStation 3, could fall as much as 64 percent.
Gun control, healthcare, and countless other issues inevitably require us to define what we mean by a decent society, Reich writes.
Industrial production fell 0.10 percent in January, according to the latest read from the Federal Reserve.
Food stamps, welfare, Medicaid and other tax and transfer systems can sometimes penalize people for earning that extra dollar of income, Steuerle writes.
The Senate Republicans balanced budget amendment contains a striking error, Marron writes.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Tax Policy Center has updated its marriage bonus and penalty calculator to reflect the provisions of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. Williams discusses three tax provisions that will increase marriage penalties a lot in 2013 for many high-income couples.