Congress votes to kill Biden's student loan forgiveness plan
Congress passed Republican-sponsored legislation proposing to revoke President Joe Biden's cancellation plan and prevent the U.S. Department of Education from canceling student loans.
Summer camps, sports leagues jump on buy now, pay later bandwagon
As inflation continues to weigh down household budgets, thousands of camps and sports leagues are now offering buy now, pay later with a service called Wordline.
Gas prices stay neutral to kick off summer, but there's a chance for a decrease in the forecast: AAA
The national average cost for a gallon stayed steady at $3.57, as demand for gas and oil prices fell, even as more than 37 million Americans drove to their holiday destinations on the holiday weekend, AAA said.
Student loan repayment: How to prepare for payments when pandemic freeze ends
A three-year pause on student loan payments will end this summer regardless of how the Supreme Court rules on the White House plan to forgive billions of dollars in student loan debt.
Chase online banking bug causes double transactions and fees
Customers of Chase's online banking services may have seen some discrepancies among their accounts on Friday.
Money stored in Venmo, other payment apps could be vulnerable, watchdog warns
Customers of Venmo, PayPal and CashApp should not store their money with those apps for the long term, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Here's why.
Senate passes GOP bill overturning student loan cancellation plan, Biden expected to veto
A Republican measure overturning President Joe Biden’s student loan cancellation plan has passed the Senate and now awaits an expected veto.
Know any airplane mechanics? Wave of retirements leave some US industries desperate
A surge of retirements, along with a slowdown in immigration that began during the pandemic, are the primary factors behind the labor shortages that continue to bedevil many employers.
Debt ceiling deal includes new work requirements for SNAP: How they work
The bipartisan debt ceiling deal struck by President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy would modify the work requirements for food stamps and welfare.
Debt ceiling: House OKs bill to avoid default, sends Biden-McCarthy deal to Senate
The House has approved the debt ceiling and budget cuts package, sending it to the Senate. President Joe Biden negotiated the deal with Speaker Kevin McCarthy to avert a U.S. default crisis.
Debt ceiling: Bill on its way to House floor after clearing key hurdle
Under fire from conservatives, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is hunting for votes from fellow Republicans for the debt ceiling deal.
Homebuyers are finding better deals in these cities, survey says
Roughly 25% of home searchers looked to relocate to a new metro in the first quarter, according to a Redfin survey. But they may start seeing an uptick in inventory as sellers enter the housing market.
These billionaires are worth more than the US Treasury has in cash, report says
The cash balance at the U.S. Treasury is lower than the net worth of some of the world's richest people, according to the Bloomberg Billionaire Index.
6 tips to save $100 a week and put it toward savings
How to overcome inflation and regain control of your finances
Tight labor market has increased demand for teens in summer jobs
The proportion of Americans between the ages of 16 and 19 who have jobs has trended up in recent years.
Debt ceiling deal: Here's what's in, what's out of the bill to avert US default
Details of the deal between President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy are out. But the two leaders still have to persuade Congress to pass the bill.
Biden, McCarthy reach final deal in debt ceiling talks, look to sell Congress
The Democratic president and Republican speaker spoke with each other Sunday evening as negotiators rushed to draft the bill text so lawmakers can review compromises that neither the hard-right or left flank is likely to support.
What's next on debt ceiling: Congress has little time to approve deal before default deadline
Lawmakers are not expected to return to work from the Memorial Day weekend before Tuesday, at the earliest.
Debt ceiling talks 'closer to an agreement,' stuck on work requirements for food aid
The US could default on its debt obligations by June 5 if lawmakers don't act in time.
Minnesota's hours worked is down, productivity up, data show
Hours worked are down, but productivity is up in Minnesota.