The U.S. spends more on health than other advanced nations, yet Americans aren’t living as long as those other countries’ citizens. Experts suggest reasons why.
The so-called “gender pay gap” is affected by several factors, and not all have to do with bias, a new analysis finds.
Ten countries are now considered more prosperous than the United States, according to one ranking. But America still finishes first in one category.
Between Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it’s tempting to shop like crazy this month. Here’s a guide to the best bargains and some things not to buy.
If your reservation mysteriously disappears (or worse), employ a little patience and these tools with the travel provider’s customer service to get a good resolution.
This week: What to do when a loved one dies, talking cents to your teen diva, money moves to make now, working rules for night owls and how clutter makes you poor.
Retailers are finally getting serious about stylish clothing for larger women. Here’s what’s behind the change.
Who knew? The iconic Irish beer contains an animal product. But the company is reworking its centuries-old brewing method so vegans, too, can enjoy a pint.
This odd partnership is a novel approach to reach older Americans in the confusing market for insurance.
As the big holidays — and even larger meals — approach, a new study identifies the fattest states, and offers tips for staying slim.
A pair of airlines will celebrate the season with increased costs. Find out which fee hikes will linger into 2016.
The bad news is that the cost of college tuition and fees continued to rise this year. But there is a silver lining.
Tired of eBay and Craigslist? Here are some new options that may make more sense for your goods.
This free savings option with modest guaranteed returns is intended to help millions of Americans who do not have access to workplace-sponsored retirement plans. Find out if you’re eligible.
A sugar substitute used in some chewing gums and vitamins, and increasingly in other food products, is being blamed for a surge in dog poisonings.
You may hate crowds, traffic and food court meals, but there are times when it pays off to hit the mall instead of buying online.
A study finds that a 23-year-old new graduate earning about $45,500 will not be able to retire until age 75. Learn about the main factors behind this reality.
Amazon.com has gone back to its roots as a bookseller by opening a brick-and-mortar bookstore. But this store offers a few unusual twists.
More than half of consumer credit cards now offer price protection, but which one to get — if you should even get one at all — can be tricky.
Here are some savvy ways to save money on flights, food, Wi-Fi, baggage fees and other travel costs that you can use year-round.
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