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Despite an improving economy, small businesses are still holding off adding staff and many companies say they have no plans to hire.
U.S. consumers showed a little more confidence in the economy in May than they did in April, as optimism grows about future hiring and income gains.
U.S. stock futures pointed higher Tuesday after orders for big-ticket items unexpectedly rose last month. The stock market looks poised to close out the month of May at record highs.
There is no question health insurance rates will be going up in 2015 but how much remains up for debate.
A price-fixing scandal in the automotive industry has cost consumers millions in higher prices and turned into the Justice Department's largest criminal antitrust probe ever.
The San Antonio mayor, who will become the nation's housing secretary, is considered a rising star in politics.
If the gas prices this Memorial Day weekend look familiar it's because the price has been about the same for the past three summers.
More than half of Hispanic students in California attend "intensely segregated" K-12 schools, according to a new report by The Civil Rights Project at UCLA.
The GOP-controlled House on Thursday overwhelmingly backed a $601 billion defense authorization bill that rebuffs Pentagon plans to cut costs.
U.S. new-home sales recovered in April after drooping in the previous two months, but new homes continue to sell at a slower pace than they did a year ago.
Good news for investors: We're keeping more of what's ours in the fourth straight year that the average expense ratio fell for stock mutual funds.
The Conference Board's index of leading indicators posted a gain of 0.4 percent in April, showing stronger growth after a severe winter dampened activity.
The number of people in the U.S. who filed for first-time unemployment assistance last week rose by 28,000 to a seasonally adjusted 326,000, dampening optimism over the strength of the labor market, data showed on Thursday.
The Federal Reserve has begun to discuss ways to pull back the extraordinary stimulus it's provided the U.S. economy since 2008, but Fed officials haven't set a timetable for any increase in interest rates.
The Transportation Department is proposing that airlines be required to disclose fees for checked bags, assigned seats and carry-ons so consumers know the true cost of flying.