Author: Brandon Ballenger
One out of every 10 Americans loses a lot of money because of these claims. Have you fallen for them before?
A 1988 California law saves driving households an average of $345 a year. Why hasn’t every other state done this?
To get people into the spirit of the Olympic Games, Russia’s making subway riders struggle to exercise in public.
The Affordable Care Act allows employers to penalize people who don’t participate in voluntary wellness programs or meet certain fitness goals.
The Justice Department is clearing the way for the largest airline in the world. It’s probably not great news for you.
It’s supposed to be, but the government had plenty of time to get it right the first time and failed. So what’s Plan B?
Retailers aren’t as scared of online shoppers as they were a year ago, thanks to revamped price-match policies and other improvements.
Democrats in Congress have introduced a bill to increase the federal minimum wage to $10.10 over two years. Apparently it has the president’s support.
Insurers warn that the new federal rule could push premiums up, but for those with mental illness it may mean greater access and better treatment.