Authorities are investigating possible price gouging by five U.S. airlines while train service was disabled after a deadly Amtrak crash in Philadelphia.
Diageo is under scrutiny in the U.S., where the SEC has asked for information to see whether it shipped excess inventory to U.S. distributors.
Congress should also make sure highway taxes are used for the roads, not to finance politicians' pet projects and line union pockets.
T-Mobile will pay $17.5 million to settle an investigation of two 911 service outages last year, marking the largest such fine levied by the FCC.
Illinois-based Aspen Foods is recalling nearly 2 million pounds of raw, frozen chicken products over concerns they might be contaminated with salmonella.
Regulators are investigating inflators made by ARC Automotive that went into about 420,000 older Chrysler minivans and another 70,000 Kia Optima sedans.
Hillary Clinton promises to impose tougher regulations on banks and raise the wages of ordinary Americans if she wins the 2016 White House race.
The Food and Drug Administration said it would extend the deadline for chain restaurants to disclose calorie counts on menus by a year to the end of 2016.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew is sticking with his plan to replace Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill with a woman.
We tallied up all Pentagon contracts awarded in June. And what did we find? It awarded $31.3 billion worth of contracts to defense contractors.
Robocallers still are a big nuisance, and you have to work overtime to stop them from hurting your serenity and finances.
BP reaches a settlement with U.S. authorities and will pay about $18.7 billion in damages for water pollution caused by the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
The government is seeking to stop Electrolux from buying GE's appliance division, saying the combined company would dominate sales of kitchen appliances.
The Justice Department reportedly is investigating whether airlines are colluding to grow at a slower pace as part of an effort to keep airfares high.
Veterans on the brink of homelessness can now turn to the VA's Homeless Veterans Community Employment Services for assistance in finding stable jobs.
Sysco is scrapping its proposed $3.5 billion buyout of US Foods after a court temporarily blocked the deal to combine the two food-service companies.
The Supreme Court upholds the availability of tax subsidies that are crucial to the implementation of President Obama's signature health care law.
Federal legislation that would better protect consumers from unfair medical bills is in the works. In the meantime, these tips can help you today.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and the U.S. Postal Service would like to begin offering budget-priced banking services to consumers who otherwise wouldn't be served.
Ex-Fed chief Ben Bernanke calls on Treasury to abandon plans to drop Alexander Hamilton from the $10 bill and to dump Andrew Jackson from the $20 instead.
A nonpartisan government study says that repealing President Obama's signature health care law would boost the economy even as it increases budget deficits.
Missing the April 1 deadline for the yearly report on the health of Social Security has become an annual tradition. So is this year's delay cause for worry?
A redesign of the $10 will feature the first woman on the nation's paper money in more than a century. The plan is to decide who sometime this summer.
AT&T Mobility has been hit with a $100 million fine for offering consumers unlimited data, but then slowing Internet speeds after they hit a certain amount.
The FCC wants to help cell and landline phone companies block unwanted calls and text messages. Find out more about the proposal.
The FCC tells PayPal that the payment-services company's revised terms of service 'raise serious concerns' for the agency.