Americans aren't saving enough for retirement. The powers that be in Washington must take action to prevent the retirement crisis from getting even worse.
A private insurer called Neptune Flood is taking on the National Flood Insurance Program that is underwater by $20 billion since Hurricane Katrina. The start-up believes its big-data approach to insuring disasters gives it a competitive edge.
Less than one percent of people who've applied for public service loan forgiveness actually got it.
Starting in October, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid will be available on a new phone app, called myStudentAid.
New data from the U.S. Census Bureau boosts an already positive picture for the American middle class.
The Trump administration's proposal to amend the previous rule was met with harsh criticism from consumer advocates.
The executive order is intended to establish two panels dedicated to finding job training and education opportunities for U.S. workers, Ivanka Trump said.
The Department of Education's fix to the popular public service loan forgiveness program is too complicated and restrictive, senators say.
In the Fox News interview, Lewandowski said his sarcastic comment was meant to mock the other panelist "politicizing the issue of making an example of one particular child."
It reportedly costs $775 per person per night to keep the newly separated children of families who cross the U.S. border illegally in "tent cities." And some of the facilities housing the children have reportedly been cited for violations.
Forgot to take a retirement plan required minimum distribution at age 70½? Don't just accept the penalty, say advisors. You may get the IRS to forgive your mistake.
Dr. Ned Sharpless says there's good reason to stop being so "sheepish" about uttering "cure" when it comes to cancer.
The threat of having your Social Security number compromised today is very real. It's crucial to recognize the dangers and what you can do to protect yourself.
With an entire generation on the cusp of retirement, the rules governing retirement plan administration need to be modernized. Rep. Tim Walberg, R-Mich., is introducing the Increasing Access to a Secure Retirement Act.
If you were previously rejected for public service loan forgiveness, you may now be able to reapply. Here's who qualifies.
The Department of Education will partner with the Department of Veteran Affairs to identify disabled student loan borrowers eligible for debt forgiveness.
President Xi Jinping is not bound by the political constraints of that President Donald Trump has to worry about.
California's next governor will likely decide the fate of the state's high-speed rail project, and several GOP candidates oppose it.
Critics on social media laid into DeVos for her answers on education funding, school performance and her own popularity.
The CNBC Digital Financial Advisor Council weighs in on strategies they are recommending to clients based on changes to U.S. tax law.