Extortionists threaten to add a nasty new ingredient to the energy drink unless the company pays up.
Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll resigns amid a scandal involving the Allied Veterans of the World, which is accused of funneling money to politicians.
If you're in a far-off suburb more than 45 minutes from a major city, there's a strong chance your area is losing population.
A new study finds they're 24% less likely to get approved than men, while women with mortgages are 39% less likely to get an OK for refinancing.
The husband of former US Rep. Gabrielle Giffords shows how easy it is to buy a military-style rifle. But walking out the store with that rifle isn't easy at all.
The Los Angeles chapter, accused of accepting money for good ratings, gets kicked out of the organization, which is already struggling for relevance.
Some businesses shelled out plenty to comply with Mayor Bloomberg's ill-fated limits on sugary drinks.
The owner of 8 North Carolina outlets says health care will cost him a store's worth of profits. The growing burger chain -- which counts the president as a fan -- has distanced itself from that complaint.
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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.