Average U.S. long-term mortgage rates rose this week, reaching high levels for the year.
If you count yourself among the 42 million workers who own a 401K retirement plan, you pay sizable fees on those accounts, a combined—gulp--$35 billion in fees annually, says the National Association of Retirement Plan Participants.
Well, that was a disappointing ending.
Rafael Nadal lost in the second round of Wimbledon on Thursday to a player ranked 102nd in the world.
A line of inflatable baby floats with a bad seam that can leak air are among this week's recalled consumer products.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Thursday in an interview on Greek television that he will remain in office and sign a deal with the country's creditors if Greeks 'yes' in Sunday's referendum.
Depending on the sector, June was either a great month for job growth or a lackluster one.
News crews from two San Francisco Bay Area television stations were robbed at gunpoint and a cameraman was pistol-whipped during live broadcasts.
Washington state health officials say measles caused the death of a woman from the northwest part of the state in the spring - the first measles death in the U.S. since 2003 and the first in Washington since 1990.
A dolphin caused chaos on a California family’s recent fishing trip, leaping into their boat and breaking a woman’s ankles.
New personal financial disclosures from the Supreme Court show that Chief Justice John Roberts and two other justices are maintaining significant investments in individual companies' stock.
The chief U.S. auto safety regulator says Fiat Chrysler will face sanctions for violating safety laws in multiple recalls.
Federal prosecutors say they have charged a New York City mail carrier with stealing over $1 million through a scheme that delivered bogus tax refunds.