Rising consumer confidence and banks that are more willing to lend are combining to end the Great Recession's frugality.
The deadly chaos calls into question the aid dollars Congress keeps sending to Cairo, and it raises huge issues for global trade and oil prices.
A new study quantifies how the classified ad site has drained them of once-reliable revenue.
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A new White House report says hurricanes, blizzards and other weather calamities -- not to mention cyberattacks -- show why it's time to invest in new infrastructure.
Despite its flaws and uncertain political future, some people argue it's successfully keeping millions of Americans out of poverty.
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