11:04 am: When you make a donation, every penny isn't going to the victims you're hoping to help - charities take a chunk of your donations for administrative costs as well. More
As the sequester continues, the poor seem to have taken a deeper hit from the budget cuts. But programs that benefit private industries have so far won reprieves.
Stocks in Japan open higher, bouncing back from a deep plunge the day before.
Chrysler and Tesla spar over who has repaid help the automakers got from the federal government.
Ashton Kutcher says Twitter has lost its personal touch and that big media firms have to watch out for Amazon and Netflix.
The FCC wants to simplify spectrum auctions to stave off a cell phone bandwidth crisis.
McDonald's will give Charles Ramsey, the Big Mac-loving man who helped rescue three women in Cleveland, free food for a year. Fourteen local restaurants will give him burgers for life.
The city of Moore, Oklahoma, devastated by a tornado, says getting federal funding for safe rooms before the destruction was too difficult.
The hardware is improved, but Kinect will still need games to make it relevant
The fear that the Federal Reserve may begin to tap the breaks on its bond buying program sparked a rush out of Treasuries, pushing the 10-year yield above 2%.
U.S. stocks suffer modest declines as investors shake off worries about the Fed cutting back on its bond buying program.
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