A study focusing on mothers shows how lower-middle-income families are adapting to a harsh reality of living paycheck to paycheck.
Detroit and other population-drained cities are trying to attract foreigners to resettle empty neighborhoods.
Bogus claims are costing the government dearly. In 2011, the biggest chunk went to people who continued to work.
Lawmakers from both parties agree to more funding for the FAA to relieve sequester-prompted furloughs of air traffic controllers.
A new report says backed-up highways mean a stronger economy, with more people taking to the roads to get to work.
Goodbye to handing out pink slips. Now HSBC is 'demising' jobs that are being eliminated. That's about as final as it gets.
Uncertainty about the fate of their home translates to continuing mental anguish for many owners.
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