By CONNIE CASSAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Lots of big changes in the 2010 health care law have yet to take effect. Here's how they are to unfold:
-Payroll taxes rise for individuals making more than $200,
By MIKE SCHNEIDERAssociated Press
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The neighborhood watch leader charged with killing Trayvon Martin will have a lot of explaining to do when he asks a judge to release him on bond Friday.
The last time George Zimmerman asked for bond, he
By MARK JEWELLAP Personal Finance Writer
BOSTON (AP) - There's no such thing as an investment for all seasons, but dividend-paying stocks come close.
When the market rallies, dividend stocks generally post solid but not market-beating returns. If stocks
NEW YORK (AP) - Treasury prices rose Thursday as investors pulled money out of stocks and parked it in low-risk assets like U.S. government debt.
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell to 1.59 percent in late trading, down from 1.63 percent late
By JASON DEARENAssociated Press
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - With a busy Fourth of July week looming, California parks officials announced Thursday that 65 of the 70 state parks once slated to close Sunday due to budget cuts will remain open.
The move came after the
By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER and DAVID McHUGHAP Business Writers
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) - For Germany, the crisis gripping Europe can feel like someone else's problem. Its economy is growing. Unemployment is low. And its government can borrow at lower interest rates than any
By CARLA K. JOHNSONAP Medical Writer
CHICAGO (AP) - The mother of two disabled teens called Thursday's Supreme Court ruling on the health care law wonderful because it bars insurance companies from setting lifetime limits for medical expenses - a big help to her family
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Reaction to Supreme Court ruling that upheld most of President Barack Obama's health care law, including the core requirement that nearly every American have health insurance:
"I know there will be
By RYAN NAKASHIMAAP Business Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. said Thursday that its board has approved a plan to split into two companies, one containing struggling newspaper and book publishing businesses and the other comprising faster-growing