The S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq erase early losses to end slightly higher, but investors remain nervous a recession is on its way.
Some employees are resisting mandates to return to the office, while many who do comply bring bits of home with them.
AMC Theatres' Discount Tuesday movie program is back through October, movies are just $5 plus tax for Tuesday showings.
Subway will give away up to one million free Subway Series sandwiches on July 12, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. local time.
Starting your financial independence when rent and food prices keep rising is tough. Budgeting experts offer tips.
Many job seekers are weighing multiple offers in a labor market that is still scorching despite signs of an economic slowdown.
Consumers should get used to paying higher prices. If inflation eases, that just means prices aren't rising as fast but they're still rising.
When looking for culture fit, you want to see how your work style and values align with a prospective employer.
One wedding expense for couples to consider is alcohol but should you make your guests pay for it? And if you do, will everyone show up?
The 30-year-old woman won her latest prize playing a $100,000 Lucky scratch-off ticket, the Maryland Lottery reported.
With the legality of abortion now up to individual states to determine, the issue suddenly has real-world implications for people across the country.
We run down store openings and closings, the best sales, how to keep your dog from freaking out during fireworks and even how to grill veggie burgers.
Four of the 10 metros with the highest share of price drops are among the 10 places where prices increased most during the pandemic.
As GM works to put autonomous electric cars on the moon, it is sharing that innovation with Earth EVs to speed up development.
Dogs and fireworks aren't always a great match. A veterinarian shares tips to calm your pet's anxiety during Fourth of July celebrations.
Gallup report shows that we're feeling even more stressed and sad during year two of the pandemic than we were in 2020.
Employers regularly monitor labor market data to optimize salary structure. If your job was reclassified or shifted, the pay range may change.