New Year's Day will bring a fresh test for President Barack Obama's healthcare overhaul, as hundreds of thousands of Americans will begin to use the program's new medical coverage for the first time.
The $100 million sale seems to have become an annual rite of passage for the luxury real estate market following the financial crisis.
In the listing for his 1901 Victorian house, Greg Leeson is asking for $144,000, but he adds that the house is "slightly haunted," NBC reports.
Although two winning lottery tickets can claim the $636 million Mega jackpot, only one store clerk who sold the ticket will get a $1 million bonus.
Who would have thought that five of Zillow's top 10 healthiest housing markets would be in this state?
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack discusses the government's plan to help save millions of acres from citrus greening disease.
A week of freezing temperatures has damaged California's citrus crop, but it will take several weeks to quantify losses, industry officials said.
Five years after Bernie Madoff's arrest, new masters of Ponzi schemes have emerged. Meet the scammer convicted as Minnesota's $200 million man.
Pilots of an Asiana Airlines plane that crash-landed in San Francisco in July tried to correct it in the final seconds before impact.
Before Detroit filed for bankruptcy, there was Stockton. The California city is nearly ready to climb out of bankruptcy but faces pension woes ahead.
Rob Mawhinney desperately wanted to become a rockstar. Instead, he found fame when he pleaded guilty to money laundering and loan fraud.
If you just decided to join the Black Friday crunch but didn't prepare well, don't despair: Just pick up your smartphone.
A judge threw cold water on a Sriracha plant, ordering the hot sauce factory to partially shut down due to odor complaints.
New data on the population of millionaires suggest little connection between tax rates and a state's population of millionaires.
The use of eminent domain to halt foreclosures is still only a threat, and rather than helping the housing market, it may cause damage.
California's exchange is now averaging more than 10,000 applications a day. Peter Lee, the program's executive director, provides insight.
A technology boom, while beneficial to San Francisco, is causing resentment among longtime residents, many of whom are being forced out.
Wider efforts to rebuild America's deeply depressed cities can't succeed until public safety is restored.
Even struggling metros are having success in attracting investment. In the process, they are creating a virtuous cycle of creativity.
Aiming to generate growth and jobs, small- and mid-sized companies in more metro areas are making bigger bets on the global economy.