When consumers have trouble making ends meet, bills from retailers that have gone bankrupt or closed tend to go toward the bottom of the pile.
Several people were injured after being thrown out of a boat in a lake in Indiana. The driver was said to be intoxicated. Conservation officers in Indiana were able to stop the boat and jump on to it to minimize further damage.
Public opposition to the Republican effort to replace the Affordable Care Act grew stronger this month, but a core group of Republicans remained in support.
The 37-year-old student has been accused of archiving Iran's top secret documents and being an 'infiltrating American agent.'
BEIJING--China's top graft-buster launched a scathing attack on the ruling Communist Party's members
One year after Turkey's failed coup, there's no unity in sight.
The global recall of Takata Corp's defective air bags widened last week and the number of confirmed deaths rose, but legal experts said the bigger worry for car companies caught in the fallout is playing out in a Delaware bankruptcy courtroom.