The airline known for its many fees got rid of its toll-free number for customers, so calling to ask for help or advice might cost you.
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A new study shows that the federal government’s spending on health care is growing at a much slower pace than previously predicted.
The U.S. House favors a bill that would allow employees who work overtime to bank the extra hours to take off later in the year.
The price of a glass of wine in a restaurant has risen as much as 8 percent in the past six months, a study says.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says he’s preparing to sue Bank of America and Wells Fargo.
A new study says 84 million Americans lacked adequate health insurance for at least part of 2012.
The Food and Drug Administration is interested in how products with caffeine added in — like caffeinated gum — affect children and adolescents.