The picture for small business isn't good, says a California Reinvestment Coalition study. San Diego small business needs credit to flow.
Home sales crept up in November, as more people got bank loans and bought houses. However, sales are still way down from levels of a year ago.
The WikiLeaks Task Force, known at the agency as WTF, seeks to assess the impact of Cablegate on intel operations ...
Pfizer has expanded its Lipitor recall due to reports of a musty odor potentially linked to use of a wood preservative.
Maryland is one of just a few states that is going to avoid paying the federal government billions in interest on short-term loans.
James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, wasn't told about 12 terrorists arrested in England before a Diane Sawyer interview.
Choosing a tech gift, if you're a "technology person" or not, can be tough. Here are your five best options for the 2010 holidays.
Attempted fraud on mortgage loan applications soared in 2010 as more desperate borrowers fudge on credit and employment histories...
Incidents involving false foreclosures are on the rise in the U.S., where the foreclosure process is now choked by inefficiency and fraud.
There are reports all over the web of Skype being down -- and it has been for over an hour. Is Skype heading the way of the 2007 outage?
When the New Year comes around, you can make quite the feast from eating foods that supposedly provide good luck. Here are 7 good luck foods for New Year.
Archaeologists from the University of South Carolina have discovered the wreck of the C.S.S. Peedee, a Confederate gunship.
The Senate has passed a cloture motion, killing debate on the new START treaty. The treaty could be passed before the Christmas recess.
American Airlines is looking to cut costs, and that may mean cutting Orbitz and other comparison sites off their list of ticket dealers.
Getting an affordable mortgage doesn't have to involve good credit scores, high down payments and 30-year terms ...
Debt settlement relief companies have been growing in number, but not all of them deliver. Many charge enormous fees for doing no work.