The stalemate surrounding college loans goes beyond setting the interest rate. A debate is surfacing on how much these loans cost taxpayers.
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The markets have posted a tepid, if not volatile, performance so far this year. Is it time to head into hibernation until November?
Here's some good news for drivers looking to hit the road this holiday weekend: gas prices are down.
What do back-to-school sales have to do with the all-important holiday sales season? A lot.
The trucking industry has been hanging the 'help wanted' sign for several years now--so why aren't more people opting to get behind the wheel?
Drivers across the country are catching a break when it comes to filling up, and gas prices are likely to continue to fall—all the way through winter.
The public vs. private school debate is common in households across America as parents strive to provide the best primary and secondary education for their kids. But experts say the decision shouldn't all be about cost.
The housing market's recovery is slowing and many are placing the blame on lack of demand from first-time buyers. But is that really fair?
Retailers are increasingly using a different pronoun to describe shoppers: he.
It’s been a mixed bag of economic reports for the housing market recently, and it's creating a tale of two recoveries. Mixed Messages: New Home Sales Slide in June