There are signs cyber-terrorists are poised to attack the economy. But security expert Kevin Freeman says there's no need to panic. You can be prepared.
Although hiring across America was up in February, the unemployment rate also rose slightly, according to new figures from the Labor Department.
It's been one of the worst winters in years as most of the country has struggled with snow, ice, and record-breaking cold. Forecasters say it's not over yet.
If bankruptcy or foreclosure happened to you in 2013, you could still owe a hefty tax bill to the IRS. Tax expert Dan Pilla explains how to avoid insult to injury.
Obama's push to increase the minimum wage could cost the country about nearly 500,000 jobs by 2016, according to a Congressional Budget Office report.
There appears to be a huge disconnect between what the White House is saying about the economy and what Americans are experiencing.
Four and a half years have passed since the recession officially ended, but tens of millions of Americans are still out of work.
Investors are hoping for a better day on Wall Street, following Monday's 326-point drop of the Dow Jones industrial average.
For years, American families have accepted soaring tuition costs. But the recession has forced universities and students to see cost-cutting as a new way of life.
EPA regulations have forced the nation's only remaining primary lead smelter to close -- and we could soon feel its absence.