After Vote, UK Economy Shrinking At Fastest Pace Since 2009A survey suggests that Britain's economy is shrinking at its steepest pace since early 2009 as a result of the vote to leave the European Union.
Kids Leaving Home Doesn't Always Lead To Parents Saving MoreRaising kids is expensive, so when they strike out on their own it seems logical that parents would have more money to save for retirement. But that's not always the case.
White House Official: Obama Briefed On UK Vote To Bolt EUThe U.S. is reacting cautiously to the decision by Britain's voters to bolt the 28-nation European Union, with a White House official saying only that President Barack Obama is being kept up to date on developments.
Clinton Coming After Trump On Economic HandlingIn Ohio on Tuesday, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton plans to portray Republican Donald Trump as an erratic and unfit steward of the nation's economy.
Feds To Help Cotton Producers With CostsFederal officials have announced that cotton producers across the country will receive an estimated $300 million as part of a cotton ginning cost-share program.
'Myth-Busting' Obama Tries To Debunk GOP On EconomyPresident Obama went on a 'myth-busting' mission Wednesday aimed at undermining Republican arguments about the economy, working to give cover to Democrats to embrace his policies ahead of the presidential election.
Federal Regulators Propose Restrictions On Payday LendersFederal regulators are proposing a significant clampdown on payday lenders and other providers of high-interest loans.
US Home Prices Rise In March As Spring Buying Season BeginsU.S. home prices kept climbing in March as the spring home buying season began, but so far the higher costs haven't thwarted sales.
AAA Expects More Than 38 Million Memorial Day Travelers The lowest gas prices in more than a decade could make this Memorial Day one of the busiest ever on the roads.
Americans Have Disparate Access To Retirement PlansAmericans who want to retire may face very unequal paths to get there depending on where they live. Workplace retirement plans, such as 401(k) accounts, have become a critical retirement savings tool for most Americans.
Two-Thirds Of Americans Would Struggle To Cover $1,000 EmergencyIt's a sign that despite years of recovery from the Great Recession, Americans' financial condition remains as precarious as ever.
Report: Black America Doing Much Better Than 40 Years AgoAfrican-Americans are doing about the same as they have in previous years as the nation rises out of the Great Recession, and much better than they did when the National Urban League issued its first "State of Black America" report 40 years ago.