The extenders affect one in six taxpayers, including college students and their parents, homeowners and residents of states without income tax.
The military is exploring 3-D printing for food, wound repair, weapons and equipment. And then there's the wonder of 4-D printing.
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U.S. stocks close little changed after the IMF reduced its growth forecasts, increasing speculation central banks would take more aggressive policy moves.
The factory floor of Globe Manufacturing may seem like your average textile manufacturing space. But the work being done here is anything but ordinary.
The U.S. Supreme Court declines to take up a challenge by retailers to the Federal Reserve's controversial rules for debit card swipe fees.
Driverless cars are predicted to be no more than five years away from showrooms. A university builds a test city for them.
President Obama will challenge a Republican-led Congress to back his tax-raising ideas for helping middle-class Americans in his State of the Union speech.
Trader Joe's everyday prices can sometimes be beat, but consider alternatives for eight items -- and a bonus item that only you judge the value of.
Milk sales set records in 2014, but plummeting prices are forcing some dairy farmers to spill the surplus down the drain.
The craft beer community will put up with a lot from its small brewers, but it won't suffer defections to big beer.
Stocks rallied Friday after five down sessions, helped by a rebound in energy stocks and data that signaled the U.S. economy was on track for solid growth.
Medicare's top administrator unexpectedly resigned Friday, becoming the latest casualty in the turmoil over the president's health care law.
Consumer prices recorded their biggest decline in six years in December and underlying inflation pressures were benign, a government report shows.
The Postal Service proposes slight increases for mailing postcards and international letters but wants to leave first-class stamps at 49 cents.
Stocks fell for a fifth straight session Thursday as bank results disappointed and investors fretted over the earnings impact of global economic weakness.
J.W. Hulme Co., whose legacy in fine leather goods goes back 110 years, is thriving with new leadership and a strong web presence.
A sneaker-loving teen is using the footwear to get a different kind of kick -- he's opened a pawnshop that uses high-end athletic shoes as collateral.
Panera is adding touch-screen tablets that customers can place orders on and inviting orders via smartphones -- and the orders are delivered to the table.
Producer prices in December recorded their biggest fall in more than three years on tumbling energy costs while underlying inflation pressures were muted.
The crisis isn't over yet: after 27 consecutive months of decreases, U.S. foreclosure starts in December increased -- and very dramatically in some states.
U.S. stocks fell for a fourth day Wednesday as a World Bank forecast fueled concerns about global economic weakness and copper prices sank.
In his State of American Business address, the president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce calls for less regulation, and more trade.
The economy was growing at a moderate pace in December and early January, helped by gains in sales of consumer products, a boost in tourism and more.
A gauge of U.S. consumer spending unexpectedly fell in December as demand fell almost across the board, but that is probably not the start of a weak trend.