Called 'workampers,' semi-retirees are living in RVs at Amazon's warehouse in Nevada for holiday work.
Assistant U.S. Attorney General Lanny Breuer says the money-laundering settlement with HSBC will keep the bank from breaking the rules again.
Thousands of union members descended on Michigan's state capitol as Gov. Rick Snyder signed a new 'right to work' law.
CNN's Tom Foreman details the U.S. government's largest expenditures and what Congress would need to sacrifice to avoid the fiscal cliff.
A state surplus store in Harrisburg, Pa., sells what airport security confiscates, from swords, to snow-globes, to power tools.
If no action is taken, the FDA and USDA budgets for food inspection could be cut under the sequester. Necessary or a health hazard?
FedEx says it will deliver 19 million packages on Monday, more than ever in a single day.
One Sandy victim returned home to find that his badly damaged, but still intact, summer house had been bulldozed by the city.
Failure to reach a deal in Washington could affect state programs designed to aid the disabled.