How an emergency fund saved this man, and why you're getting emails about privacy
Saving for a rainy day can mean you are no longer one paycheck away from the street.
A first-come, first-served fund aims to help some borrowers rejected from the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
The perils (and pleasures) of cutting ties with people on social media .
This New York City council member wants to ban plastic straws .
New research using WHO data says 1 in 8 people will have type 2 diabetes unless more countries take action.
This woman is upset that her sister tricked her mother into signing away her valuables .
Privacy experts say the EU's General Data Protection Regulation is ‘the beginning of a new era .'
Children's income is no longer taxed according to their parents' tax rate — but there are still some wrinkles.
In some markets, values rose as much as 26% year-over-year in April.
President Donald Trump called off a planned summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un on Thursday, and also warned Kim about the U.S.'s "massive" nuclear capabilities, saying he prayed they won't have to be used.
American financial institutions face a greater threat from cyberattacks because of a shortage of high-tech professionals and poor coordination between the government and private sector on how to deter hackers, executives say.
The Federal Reserve will stick to its go-slow approach even though inflationary pressures are building. Companies like McDonald's will continue to replace workers with computers. And gains in the U.S. stock market won't come so easy anymore. Find out who says this and why.
What to make, then, of President Trump's not totally unexpected announcement that his June 12 summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is kaput?
When it comes to the take-home pay of the average worker, the U.S. barely cracks the top 10 , trailing several of the European countries that tend to pop up on any number of "most desirable" lists.