Fifty-four percent of adults admit that they would rather talk to their kids about sex than their parents about aging.
The North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) created the world’s largest free trade zone 23 years ago. This summer, the U.S. began renegotiating NAFTA in a bid to reduce a trade deficit with Canada and Mexico -- but the talks,…
The economic costs associated with contact sports injuries are often overlooked in the broader debate about the safety of football and other sports.
By Paul Solman
Every food story is an economic story, says author Laura Shapiro. In "What She Ate," Shapiro offers tales of female empowerment or self-definition by way of the kitchen and dinner table, cooking up portraits of Eleanor Roosevelt, Eva Braun, Helen…
By Philip Moeller
Millions of people receiving Social Security and Medicare will suffer next year from financial indigestion. Here's why.
By John Komlos
At its core, the GOP tax plan was made by the 1 percent for the 1 percent.
By Nick Corcodilos
It’s up to you to verify that you’re dealing with a legitimate job opportunity. Here are some clear signals that may reveal problems.
By Daniel Bush
The state and local tax deduction has become a key sticking point for Republicans negotiating tax reform. How the tax break gets handled will help determine the final price tag of the tax legislation Republicans hope to pass by the…
By PBS NewsHour
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By Martin Crutsinger and Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
Global finance leaders on Saturday appealed to central bankers to stick as long as possible with low-interest rate policies that have made borrowing attractive and helped safeguard an improving but still fragile world economic recovery.
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