A study finds that banning smartphones in school has a big impact on student performance.
The three big bureaus will pay a fine and change how information is added, reviewed and removed from credit reports.
Synthetic ID theft is piecing together a new identity using a combination of real and fake information. It accounts for up to 85 percent of all fraud, the government says.
Even if the U.S. Supreme Court says states have to recognize gay marriage, same-sex couples need good estate plans.
Car loans for consumers with the worst credit, so-called subprime and deep subprime, have fallen to its lowest share of auto loans overall since 2012.
Five big banks are guilty of manipulating foreign exchange rates. They must pay some very big fines and the banks have promised to cease criminal activity.
Fed meeting minutes suggest policymakers aren’t eager to take the plunge to higher rates.
The U.S. Department of Education is proposing new rules for the deals colleges strike with banks to promote checking accounts and other products to students.
Another state has banned insurance companies from charging loyal customers higher premiums.
The government alleged the online payments company illegally signed users up for unwanted credit.