Freddie Mac says 30-year fixed mortgage rates rose to their highest level in more than 20 years. This has made things tougher on homebuyers because of a lack of supply and demand.
The popularity of pumpkin spice has exploded in recent years, especially as an ingredient in coffee. Now, it can be found in foods like donuts, muffins and even goldfish crackers.
Cruise ships are seeing more people come on board this summer with numbers expected to be at 31.5 million this year. That would be more than the last full year before the pandemic.
A program aimed at limiting carbon emissions in Washington state has resulted in a historic spike in gas prices for residents as fuel suppliers pass increased costs on to customers.
Due to a national shortage of trained auto mechanics it's taking longer than usual, and costing more, for people to get their cars fixed in auto shops.
Americans are experiencing a massive increase in spam text messages sent to their cell phones. Cybersecurity experts say these messages can put important information, or money, at risk.
More restaurants are turning to robot servers to combat the national shortage of food industry workers – a lasting effect of the coronavirus pandemic's impact on the service industry.
Technical companies are having a hard time replacing older trade workers who are retiring. There haven't been enough young people training to fill open roles.
The US year-over-year housing prices decreased in February for the first time in more than a decade. Realtors say buyers should strike quickly while prices are lower.