One technology that hasn't kept up with the times is the power meter outside your house. Now new devices can help you track minute to minute how much you use.
Even with gold-plated health insurance, the cost of a major illness can wipe out your savings.
Parents will spend more this year than last on their schoolchildren. But will they spend it wisely?
A pet project can fetch extra cash, or even lead you to a new career.
According to a new survey, most Americans think doctors are more loyal to big drug companies than to individual patients.
If you find an enticing place that's priced like a car, it may make sense to negotiate just as you would in the dealer's showroom.
Unemployed older workers can't find jobs, so they're applying for internships and competing with college students.
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Most people hate the idea, according to a recent poll. But the government is inching closer to allowing airlines to make the final decision.
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