Financial

(Vienna) -- Prices are lower at the pump than they've been in years and may continue to drop. OPEC decided not to cut oil production at its meeting Thursday in Austria, which will affect gas prices in the U.S. according to financial analyst Ed Butowsky. Oil prices hit their...
(Washington, DC) -- Food stamps are putting a turkey on the table for nearly one in every five American families this Thanksgiving. The latest government figures show more than 22.7 million households receiving food stamp assistance. That works out to just under 20 percent of...
(Vienna) -- Holiday travelers are finding lower prices at the pump when they fill up, and they may continue to drop. OPEC is meeting today in Austria and all indicators point to the group rejecting plans to cut oil production. That's driven oil prices to their lowest levels in...
(Tokyo) -- Toyota plans to recall 57-thousand vehicles worldwide. Toyota said Thursday it will recall the vehicles to replace potentially deadly air bags made by the Takata company. Toyota's action comes after Honda's recall two weeks ago following a death in Malaysia linked to...
(Washington, DC) -- Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell says enrollment in the latest round of signups for coverage under the Affordable Care Act is off to a solid start. Nearly four-million people went to HealthCare.gov from November 15th to the 21st. More than a...
(undated) -- The price of some Windows tablets has dropped to below 100-dollars. Hewlett Packard, Toshiba and E-FUN all have smaller tablets for under 100-dollars that run a full version of Windows 8.1. An article in Computerworld says it's a way for Microsoft to compete with...
(Salt Lake City, UT) -- Shoppers are getting ready for big Black Friday deals, and that means camping out in front of stores. Nathaniel Juarez set up his tent outside of a Best Buy in Utah Wednesday morning, 35 hours before sales start. Some people are even moving their...
(Washington, DC) -- The cost of what goes into making a traditional Thanksgiving dinner may be up slightly but this special holiday meal is still a bargain. Deputy Chief Economist John Anderson of the American Farm Bureau Federation says one reason is the price per pound for a...
(Undated) -- The European Parliament is planning to vote on whether Google's search business should be split away from the Internet giant's other services. It's the European Union's latest move in an antitrust investigation of Google that has gone on for four years. Google's...