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Some of America’s banks have a dirty, little secret: low or no-fee banking options for people who qualify.
A night at Highclere Castle is going up on the blocks at charity auction, with the starting bid of $16,800.
With its scenic location and comfy rooms, you might never suspect the past of Utah’s newest B&B, once meant to be the home of a notorious polygamist.
Scotland is ready for the influx of fans of Diana Gabaldon's novels arriving in search of history and romance.
As the first of two Americans infected with Ebola return to the U.S., travelers may be wondering how they would get back home in a medical emergency.
A new app-based service called Activehours gives you access to your pay as you earn it, and you choose whether to pay for the service.
Stocks slumped again as fewer jobs than expected were created in July and Argentina's credit problems weighed.
A new survey of nearly 3,000 adults reveals that nearly three out of five admit to having at least one intimate encounter in a vehicle.
Millennials would prefer to text rather than drive, recent studies suggest, but they’re apparently beginning to buy cars in increasing numbers.
If you're an industry with a true foothold in Washington—a "Big" lobby, in other words—you've got to have a "revolving door."
One day after a big sell-off, stocks slumped again as fewer jobs than expected were created in July and Argentina's credit problems weighed.
A beef shortage is being blamed for a job shut down at Cargill meat processing plant. WTMJ's Katie Crowther reports.
New cars are selling like hotcakes right now, with The Big Three Detroit automakers leading the way, thanks to an improving economy and ample financing.
A U.K. haberdasher has won a court case over whether consumers could confuse lingerie vs. French cuffs.
Hyundai is recalling about 420,000 vehicles covering three models for separate problems in the U.S., after already recalling 883,000 Sonatas this week