If you're one of the millions of Americans holding a credit card, this isn't necessarily news: Credit-card issuers are hiking interest rates, penalties and fees in full force ahead of stringent new laws that take effect in February.
If a teacher learns that a student has been rewriting Wikipedia entries instead of doing the assigned research, how long should the teacher give the student to quit her deception and start earning grades the old-fashioned way?
The accusations that Mayor Sheila Dixon used holiday gift cards for the needy during personal shopping sprees may sound like a minor embarrassment at worst, a small-time case of a politician enjoying the perks of power.
Congress could merge the Federal Reserve's bank supervisory authority into a newly created national bank regulator as part of regulatory reform under consideration on Capitol Hill, a key lawmaker said Friday.
President Barack Obama assured American Indians on Thursday that they
have a place in his White House and on his agenda, telling tribal
leaders their marginalized community deserves more from its government.