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People with higher levels of intelligence, higher levels of maturity and extraversion and higher interests in arts and sciences were safer than most.
Economists expected the University of Michigan's Consumer Sentiment Index to see a preliminary reading of 97 in May, according to Thomson Reuters.
Previously unreported judgments and misjudgments by FBI agents played a crucial role in the FBI director’s fateful decisions, ProPublica reports.
What you don't know about Social Security could cost you. CNBC offers tips to ensure you don't miss out.
A top insurance executive signaled openness to government-financed health care, Vox reports.
The department store operator's net loss widened to $180 million, more than doubling, in the first quarter.
A Russian fighter jet came within about 20 feet of a U.S. Navy surveillance aircraft over the Black Sea, an American official said. NBC News reports.
It won't get you very far in Hawaii or DC.
Commodities have been beaten up this year. Here's why that trend is about to shift into reverse, says UBS's Dominic Schnider.
Firing Comey under false pretenses has fatally compromised the bureau’s independence, says Matthew Yglesias.
Elon Musk posted Friday several pictures of "Boring Co." equipment meant for digging tunnels beneath Los Angeles.
The company, which has 50 million subscribers, is being valued at $13 billion.
The IPO market has heated up, and despite Snap's dismal run since going public, tech deals don't appear to be slowing.
"Republicans are very much behind me," Trump says in the interview after the firing of FBI Director James Comey.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch says Apple should further explore gaming consoles, the smart home and an autonomous car.
And a few others who only got debt-free in their 30s.
But many surveys showed that reducing the deficits ranks high on the concerns of American voters.
Financial stocks have barely budged year to date.
Losses from account hijackings jumped 61 percent last year, to $2.3 billion. Here's how to protect your finances.
Americans stepped up their spending at auto dealers, hardware stores and e-commerce outlets as retail sales rebounded from two sluggish months.