The White House's best-laid plans hinge on a major gambit -- that lowering Americans' taxes will unleash economic growth
It's often said that businesses in America pay higher taxes than anywhere else. But what U.S. corporations actually pay varies widely. In many cases, it's nothing.
President Trump is promoting his tax cut proposals as the biggest since Ronald Reagan was in the White House. Former Reagan economic guru Arthur Laffer weighs in
U.S. GDP grew only 0.7% in Q1; United Airlines settles with abused passenger; and Southwest to end overbooking of flights. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Bruising competition from ecommerce and changing consumer tastes are mowing down well-known brands
These homes were honored by the American Institute of Architects for their innovative, practical and beautiful designs
The bedrock of America's economy is shrinking, but the reasons for fewer people having middle income might surprise you
Only 1.3 percent of all vehicles make it that far, but two particular kinds do much better than that average
He hasn't yet gotten any significant legislation passed, but he has also shown he's not going stop trying
Despite the slowest growth in three years -- with the weakest consumer performance since 2009 -- silver linings abound
Consumers sharply cut spending during much of President Donald Trump's first quarter in the White House
Scam artists team up with crooked clinics in using "no-fault" provisions to rip off insurance companies -- and you
People with both kinds of debt can now consolidate them -- but here's what you should know before taking this option
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Many retailers and health insurers have higher effective corporate tax rates than tech and pharmaceutical firms. Is that fair?
Many widely promoted policies offer little value or are filled with exclusions and caveats – steer clear
Man said need to use restroom was emergency but carrier says plane was set to take off and timing was poor
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin hasn't responded to a letter demanding a review of loan that could give Rosneft a major stake in U.S. oil company Citgo
When it comes to carving out a well-paid, satisfying career, a facility with numbers can make all the difference
It's a great time to be listing a home -- here's where sellers around the country are seeing the biggest profits
The CFPB says "these companies made deceptive demands and illegally took money from people's bank accounts"
The company said "malicious actors" used the platform during the 2016 presidential election as part of a campaign "with the intent of harming the reputation of specific political targets"
Federal appeals court overturns ruling that said pay differences based exclusively on prior salaries were discriminatory under the federal Equal Pay Act
The short-term bill is meant to buy more time to negotiate a larger spending package to vote on next week
Acosta was the second nominee for labor because former fast food CEO Andrew Puzder withdrew his name from consideration
The online retailing giant's shares have popped as earning surge, fueled by its cloud and Prime services
Uneven first-quarter results from key Nasdaq stocks cast further doubt on the historic post-election rally