As federal spending on anti-hunger program declines, more Americans are experiencing food insecurity
Payroll processor ADP's latest employment report shows U.S. businesses in November added the most jobs in a year, thanks to hiring in the manufacturing and construction industries.
A federal judge ruled that Detroit can cut public pensions as it enters bankruptcy, a decision that could effect the retirement of millions of current and former municipal workers.
The Supreme Court is weighing the legal rights of a rabbi who is fighting with his airline over frequent flyer miles. Jan Crawford discusses the potential implications for anyone who wants to complain about their service.
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The payment card you use this holiday season can determine how vulnerable you are to fraud and whether you get a free warranty
Many small lenders closing amid ongoing financial industry consolidation
Consumers boosted spending in most regions, and retailers were hopeful yet cautious about the holiday season
Thousands of victims can now apply for compensation from a $2.35 billion fund of recovered assets
While consumers snapped up holiday deals over Thanksgiving, retailers may struggle to show sales growth this holiday season
Despite declining overall debt levels, student borrowing continues to soar and average debt at graduation is up 10.5 percent year-over-year
Still, surveyed CEOs expect economy will grow at a subpar 2.2 percent next year, unchanged from the previous two surveys' forecasts
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Microsoft and Facebook founders help fund non-profit Education SuperHighway to get more kids connected
Sales of new homes grew 25.4 percent; largest monthly percentage increase since May 1980
Take advantage of all those extra things you have to do in December to help you find a new job
Also, Markit's purchasing managers' index fell in November
Gains were powered by big gains in manufacturing and construction; ADP numbers cover only private businesses
GM executives see a glimmer of hope in the fact sales of its luxury nameplates have doubled in the past three years