Job Openings Matches Number Of Unemployed For First Time In DecadesAccording to a new report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employers were advertising openings for 6.55 million positions in March. The May 8 release adds that 6.59 million Americans were unemployed at that time
WATCH: $600,000 Flies Over Highway After Brinks Truck Door OpensDrivers on an Indiana highway got an unexpected payday after the back door of a Brinks truck opened, sending hundreds of thousands of dollars flying into the air.
Disney Hiring Thousands Of Workers, Offering Bonuses Up To $3,000Disney World is opening up their theme parks and their wallet, in a search for thousands of summer workers this year.
Millennials Pile Up Debt To Keep Up With Their Friends, Survey FindsThe fear of missing out, or FOMO, is reportedly driving many millennials into serious debt.
42 Percent Of Americans At Risk Of Retiring Broke, Survey FindsAccording to personal finance website GoBankingRates.com, 42 percent of Americans polled said they have less than $10,000 saved for their eventual retirement.
Bank Of America Plans To Stop Lending To Makers Of Assault WeaponsBank of America says it plans to stop lending money to gunmakers who produce military-style firearms for civilians.
Odds Of Being Audited By IRS Lowest In 15 Years, Report SaysAudits have fallen for the sixth straight year with only 0.62 percent of taxpayers being examined by the IRS in 2017.
Check Your Mail: Valpak May Have Sent You A $100 CheckValpak says $100 checks have been randomly placed in their envelopes and are being mailed out to each of the company's 150 markets.
Common Reasons FEMA Denies Money After Major DisastersLocal governments and nonprofits trying to recover from major disasters have sometimes learned the hard way that money spent on protective measures, cleanup and rebuilding is not always reimbursed by the U.S. government.
How Do Americans Spend Their Tax Refund?According to a survey, most Americans seem to be responsible when it comes to spending their tax refund.
Americans Would Choose Money Over True Love, According To A SurveyAccording to a survey, Americans are more likely to choose a million dollars over true love even around Valentine's Day.
DC Lawmakers Approve Citywide $15 Minimum WageThe D.C. Council unanimously approved the wage increase, and Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser has pledged to sign it when it reaches her desk, likely sometime this summer.