This July Fourth is going to bring sizzling food and retail sales totaling $6.6 billion, a 6.4 percent increase from last year, according to a survey by the National Retail Federation.
Police are searching for a suspect they say entered Lucky's Discount Liquor and demanded money.
Retirees throughout Greece mobbed banks as they tried to withdraw a maximum of 120 euros ($134) in pension payments on Wednesday.
Tourists looking for a big, fat Greek bargain just might find one in the fiscally troubled country, but those deals could be tempered by hassles ranging from cash shortages to civil unrest.
A jury awarded a man half-a-million dollars after hearing audio that was recorded during a surgical procedure.
U.S. Airlines has set a record high when it comes to collecting fees for checking passengers' suitcases and changing their reservations.
Thinking of taking advantage of that credit card cash advance? Be sure to read the fine print.
A series of tests show cash, from a variety of sources, including both bills and coins, is often covered in potentially harmful bacteria and viruses.
The Wichita Falls Police Department's Financial Crimes Unit is investigating another round of counterfeit bills being circulated in the Wichita Falls area.
The people have spoken — at least, the people who cast ballots in an unofficial "Women on 20s" campaign — and more than 100,000 voters want to see Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill instead of Andrew Jackson.
The young man in the blue hoodie seen in pictures smashing police cars during violent protests in Baltimore has a name and a family.
A group pushing to replace Jackson on the $20 bill with a woman has narrowed it down to four potential candidates - including a famous female Native Indian chief.
It’s prom season and that means teens across the nation are picking out dresses, tuxes, and everything else for that big day.
You have less than two weeks to get your taxes filed and if you are dreading your payment to Uncle Sam, keep in mind it could be worse.
A new survey reveals many Americans aren't doing a good job when it comes to saving their income.
The first person to receive a monthly Social Security retirement benefit, Ida May Fuller of Ludlow, Vermont, earned quite a return on her tax dollars.
His crime was identity theft. His purpose: to spend as much as he could steal. A dumpster dive of sorts by law enforcement put an end to his devious deeds.
(NBC) - Easter shoppers will top last year's spending as they hunt down candy and new spring apparel.
City leaders will meet Tuesday evening to discuss the city's financial crisis and the steps they need to take to avoiding filing for bankruptcy.
When the price of oil is climbing, exploration and production companies pile on debt to drill. But when the price drops, executives pay off the credit cards and hoard cash to survive the cycle.