Get ready to pay more for Powerball: Ticket prices are going up to $2. Lottery organizers hope the price change will entice more people to play because jackpots are getting bigger and the odds of winning are improving.
A California woman wants Honda to pay for not delivering on high mileage, and she's taking them on in small claims court, an unusual move that could offer a bigger payout.
Citibank has launched a Facebook application that lets users team up to use their points, whether it's for charity, a group gift or a personal goal. Citi says it's the first bank to offer such a feature.
Daily deal sites are increasingly moving beyond little luxuries like facials and vacations and offering deals that are helping some people fill holes in their health insurance coverage.
Want to break the cycle of broken New Year's resolutions? The professionals say you've got to get automated, get educated, and get over the fear of making changes.
Florida will be hit the hardest by the closing of Sears and Kmart stores, according to a preliminary list of 79 planned closures.
In much the same way that credit scores predict how likely you are to pay your bills, a new generation of scores now rate the likelihood that you'll take your medications or redeem a specific coupon.
The number of people seeking unemployment benefits rose last week after three weeks of declines to a level consistent with modest gains in hiring.
In times of economic hardship, "do-it-yourself" is a tempting mantra for many homeowners with dripping faucets, running toilets, leaky windows or sticky locks. The savings can add up, but avoid jobs where you could injure yourself or damage property.
Want to break the cycle of broken New Year's resolutions? The professionals say you've got to get automated, get educated, and get over the fear of making changes. How do you get from here to there? Here's how you start.