The Detroit Auto Dealers Association Charitable Foundation Fund has awarded more than $4.2 million in grants over the past 15 years.
The IRS is cutting taxpayer services to historically low levels just as President Barack Obama's health law will make filing a federal tax return more complicated for millions of families.
U.S. businesses added to their stockpiles by a modest amount in November even though sales were weak for a fourth consecutive month.
While trying to look intelligent, a lot of people do things that make them look dumb.
Some Republicans are calling on the Republican National Committee to expel Dave Agema, a controversial committee member from Michigan, after he linked to a racist article from Facebook.
The World Bank is telling us pretty much what the oil market and copper already has been telling us, and that is that the outlook for global economic growth is getting worse, not better.
Many parents know the scenario: Their child shows signs of anxiety or depression, throws fits or has trouble focusing.
A study released January 8 by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, reports that every day, six persons, mostly men, die in the United States due to alcohol poisoning.
In a freak accident in summer 2014, a 19-year-old Harrisburg, Arkansas, girl became paralyzed after a golf club struck her and tore through her body.
Taxpayers could see delays in getting their refunds this year -- as well as "unacceptable" customer service -- as the IRS commissioner warns budget cuts are forcing the agency to cut back.
The SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF slumped 1.4% in premarket trade Wednesday, as all 30 Dow components were on track to suffer losses at the open.
The Minot City Council has rejected a request for a $1.2 million loan from the developers of two downtown parking ramps and instead given the prime contractor a week to submit a revised cost and construction schedule for the troubled project.
In Finland, kids who have a “stable, healthy” childhood grow up to have better heart health as adults.
U.S. retail sales fell sharply in December largely because of cheaper gasoline prices, but most stores posted surprisingly weak results during the busiest month of the shopping season, government data show.
The New York City health department says preliminary results show the cooling towers of a Bronx housing complex are contaminated with Legionnaire's disease bacteria.
U.S. import prices notched their biggest drop in six years last month as the cost of petroleum plunged, which kept imported inflation pressures subdued. Meanwhile, export prices saw a steeper-than-expected drop for the month.
Retail sales unexpectedly fell in December as demand fell across the board, due in part to lower gas prices and a firming labor market. The decline could temper expectations that consumer spending accelerated sharply in the fourth quarter.
The prices that Americans paid for imported goods fell 2.5% in December, the biggest drop in six years, amid a sharp decline in oil prices that's expected to help keep inflation on the low side for months to come.