October 11, 2012 The vice presidential debate is bound to feature lots of budget buzzwords. They may be shorthand for policies that could have huge impacts on taxpayers and the annual $1 trillion budget deficit.
October 11, 2012 RealtyTrac, a foreclosure tracking firm, says the foreclosure filings dropped significantly in September. But the report shows they have gone up in states that hadn't had problems until now.
October 11, 2012 Unless Congress acts, the Defense Department faces some $55 billion in cuts after the first of the year. Salaries for uniformed personnel are the one major thing that's protected. Otherwise, it's about a 10 percent cut to everything from Pentagon civilian staff to the acquisition of new aircraft.
October 10, 2012 JetBlue is raffling off tickets out of the country (and back) for those whose choice for the presidency loses on Nov. 6. It's among the latest in a long line of companies looking to profit from the election.
October 10, 2012 The federal government is going to warn consumers of a small but dangerous chance of counterfeit airbags. These were sold during the past three years and would have been installed at independent auto repair shops.
October 10, 2012 The former General Electric CEO joined others in raising questions about Friday's report and whether it might have been skewed to boost the president's campaign. Obama administration officials have rejected such talk. But Welch is still asking questions.