May 2013 Headlines
Rainy weather and cooler temperatures this spring are forcing farmers across the U.S. to delay planting crops, and that could lead to higher food prices.
Unemployment has hit another record high among the 17 member states in the Eurozone, rising to 12.2 percent in April.
Experts say consumer confidence is at its highest levels since 2008, according to a new report by the Confidence Board.
Faced with rising costs and poor job prospects, prospective college students are re-evaluating their future and many schools are re-inventing their offers.
Lawmakers in the House of Representatives approved a GOP-backed student loan bill on Thursday connecting student loan rates to the financial market.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke told Congress Wednesday that the country's job market remains weak and warned against ending the Fed's stimulus program.
The Dow reached another major milestone Tuesday, closing above 15,000 for the first time ever. But some say it may be too soon to celebrate.
Employers added 165,000 jobs in the month of April, reducing the unemployment rate from 7.6 to 7.5 percent -- a four-year low.