Drops in rates of the uninsured are "consistent" with what Obamacare was designed to do, a Census Bureau report finds.
Amid two federal lawsuits and a Florida attorney general investigation, former employees reveal how Dollar Rent A Car’s aggressive sales tactics push agents to mislead, and even frighten, weary travelers.
China's troubles and the stock market's turmoil haven't derailed the U.S. housing recovery -- yet.
When the levees broke, the floodwaters stripped away much of New Orleans' most affordable rental housing. A decade later, people like Desi Grimes are still struggling to find a home.
Researchers examine farmers market scene at the American Sociology Association Annual meeting.
Giant panda Mei Xiang gave birth to a panda cub whose gender, and dad, remain a mystery for now.
Police prepared for a repeat of Friday's violent protest but Saturday's demonstration was peaceful.
The fatalities occurred when a historic military jet crashed into a road near an airport in southeastern England.
On Wednesday the Securities and Exchange Commission voted for a new rule requiring companies to disclose pay ratios between CEOs and workers.
The Obama administration’s new pilot program to expand federal Pell grants to prisoners makes them vulnerable to the for-profit college industry.
In a speech Friday in New York, the Democratic presidential candidate is expected to call on Wall Street to be more focused on the future.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has delivered billions of dollars to Americans. Will Congress make its job harder?
"I can't continue to fight this," one military borrower told the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau about problems with his student loan servicer.
The Republican presidential contender's call comes after supreme court rulings which backed the Affordable Care Act and same-sex marriage.
Without temporarily blocking enforcement of a new abortion law in Tennessee, a judge said that patients "will suffer irreparable harm."
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson urged law enforcement to "remain vigilant" as Independence Day approaches.
Here's what the Supreme Court's fair housing decision means for civil rights advocates, and for the banking industry.
There's "no net incentive" to underpay homeowners after a flood, U.S. Senate investigators say.
Communities of color receive abusive loans at higher rates than whites "in almost all cases," according to a new analysis from the Center for Responsible Lending.
Regulators and industry reps gather in Buffalo, New York, for the first of several dialogue events.