American households have yet to regain income lost during the financial crisis. The median level is still $3,400 lower.
The banking giant is closing car-friendly windows throughout the country, as more Americans bank via smartphones.
Only a quarter of young Americans are aware of the Affordable Care Act's insurance marketplaces. That's a big problem.
A much smaller and commercially focused company will exit Chapter 11 next month. Losers include retirees, shareholders and creditors.
While low-paid employees in Sierra Leone would have to labor for 136 hours, US workers are hardly in first place.
Despite a glut on the dock, diners aren't catching any break when they order the delicacy from a menu.
The clothing chain says cutting its workers' hours isn't tied to the new law, but that's not stopping critics and supporters from weighing in.
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