Turning Passions Into Careers: 6 People Who Are Making a Living Doing What They Love
Who Offers the Lowest Auto-Loan Rates? It's Not Your Local Bank
Cutting Out the Job Cuts: 2014 Saw Fewest Planned Job Cuts Since 1997
Most Common Surgery in the U.S. For Women is Over-Prescribed
Dept. of Energy Releases New Standards for Fluorescent Lights
Fitness Wearables Device Alert: Your Readings May Not Be Accurate
Counts vary wildly from device to device and that confuses users
Long-Term Care Payouts Are at Record Highs, Meaning You Pay More Too
Seniors are living longer, and that means a possible stay in a nursing home or other long-term care situation, along with a bigger price tag.
Low-End Housing Boost Means Millennials Moving Out of the Basement
More lower-end home sellers help meet demand from entry-level buyers, then re-enter the market in search of a slightly pricier homes.
Seattle Sports Fans Top Survey — of Being Clumsiest With Their Phones
All in all, 23 million people have damaged their phones and tablets during a sporting event, causing more than $2 billion in repairs and replacements.
Headache Sufferers: A Simple Remedy To a Costly Problem?
Costs associated with headaches leave patients with, well, headaches. A new study finds lifestyle changes are just what the doctor should order.
2015 Student Loan Outlook: Regulators May Regulate, But the Lenders Will Still Lend
A Republican controlled Congress may lead to a ripple effect with the CFPB, student loan activists and state attorneys general
Why Summer Youth Employment Has Experienced a 40% Decline Over The Past 12 Years
When all else fails, even work experience without pay can prove to be valuable for younger millennials
Is Civil Forfeiture Legalized Theft? Are Police Profiting from It?
Law enforcement tool once used to give Bernie Madoff's victims back their money - and Miami Vice's Sonny Crockett his car - is criticized by drug legalization proponents.
Unlikely Candidates for Exercise May Be the Ones Who Benefit Most From Moving
Conventional wisdom has had it that patients in ICUs should be on strict bed rest and that people generally grow old and weak, but newly published research challenges those notions.
Federal Government Opens New Unit To Help Independent Inventors Get Patents
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has a new pilot program to help inventors write and file their own patents.