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The disability trust fund will run out of money in late 2016, right in the middle of a presidential campaign, unless Congress acts.
In Virginia, going 90 miles an hour in a 55-mile zone has been known to earn drivers a few days in the slammer. As tough as that might seem, the state
McDonald's may begin serving all-day breakfast nationwide in October, according to a memo sent to domestic franchisees and employees, a source tells CNBC.
More than 1 in 4 Americans say real estate is the best investment for money they won't need for at least a decade, a new survey shows.
Air bags have been called one of the most important safety technologies ever. But there's growing concern that as they age they could threaten lives.
Fiat Chrysler releases an urgent software update for Internet-connected vehicles after hackers take control of a Jeep Cherokee from miles away.
Rapper 50 Cent downplayed his wealth as he testified about his finances and recent bankruptcy filing, saying he rents, borrows or leases his bling.
Around 34,500 stairlifts have been recalled in the United States following reports that two people were killed when the chairs fell apart.
The announcement clears the way for the merger of the No. 2 wireless carrier and the No. 1 satellite TV service.
Apple's latest financial report shows the iPhone is still its cash cow. The impact of its newest product, the Apple Watch, isn't clear.
ID theft protection firm LifeLock is misleading consumers about the level of protection and the timeliness of warnings, the U.S. alleges.
After hackers proved that they could remotely disable a Jeep, two Senators introduced a bill aiming to protect the security and privacy of people
Some Apple users experienced service issues with a broad range of functions for more than three hours on Tuesday.
High-profile data breaches raise identity theft concerns, but consumers may be overlooking a risk much closer to home -- friends and family members.
Citigroup Inc.'s consumer bank has been ordered to pay $700 million to borrowers for illegal credit card practices, the CFPB announced Tuesday.
Despite conventional wisdom, millennials don't earn less than Gen Xers. But that's only part of the story.
Toshiba's chief executive Hisao Tanaka resigned to take responsibility for doctored books that inflated profits by $1.2 billion over several years.
Delta Air Lines will change its SkyMiles frequent flier program next year, becoming the first U.S. legacy carrier to try a supply-and-demand system.
A long-established trend has been reversed as young professionals move from struggling European Union countries to Latin America in search of work.
Several more retail chains have temporarily shut down their online printing stores in the wake of a suspected data breach at PNI Digital Media.