Several top-tier US colleges report record-low freshman acceptance rates as the pool of applicants surges.
The largest share of complaints lodged with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have targeted the giant bank.
A Tennessee bill would reduce payments by up to a third if their children fail a grade. Would that help or harm?
Scores of deaths and injuries have been linked to fraternities, but some families find the national organizations won't pay up.
The retailer mulls a plan to ask store customers to drop off online orders. Is it a way to compete with Amazon, or cut costs?
A record 47.8 million people are enrolled in the program despite the recession's end and a stronger economy.
A report says the maker of TurboTax has spent millions to block this simple approach, which would save Americans $2 billion.
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With the dollar firming but gold lower, investors await Fed chief Bernanke's comments Wednesday.
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The IRS is struggling to combat identify thieves who file fraudulent tax returns in the names of older residents who don't need to file.