"This research shows how seemingly minor home improvements can make a big difference in the way a potential buyer views and values a home," Zillow said.
Hackers have stolen over $1 billion in crypto from financial firms in the U.S. so far in 2022.
A 2021 study by the Pew Research Center showed that 39% of those 65 and older do not own a smartphone, and 25% don't use the internet. That means millions of seniors can’t take advantage of digital-only deals.
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE? Facebook users can receive a payment — once again — after a settlement was reached in a new class action lawsuit.
A freedom of information expert from Iowa told Fox News Digital 'that the government is using [public records fees] as a way to place records out of reach of ordinary folks.'
The U.S. is reportedly planning to buy an advanced surface-to-air missile system for Kyiv to help Ukraine fight Russian forces.
A television show gave a South Carolina man a winning idea.
As the IRS wades through backlog of returns, millions of taxpayers are awaiting refunds.
Current and former State Department staff and their families who suffered from “qualifying injuries” will receive payments of between roughly $100,000 and $200,000 each, the officials and aide said.
Airbnb is giving out $10 million to create the craziest bookable properties around the world.
Concerns are growing among some that the Federal Reserve may tighten credit so much that it may cause a potential recession.
The Republican-controlled Arizona Legislature began hearings Tuesday on a long-delayed state budget plan that was immediately panned by some Democrats and public school advocates for failing to use a huge surplus to significantly boost school funding.
The president of Dartmouth College says the school is removing all federal and institutional loans from its undergraduate financial aid awards and replacing them with expanded scholarship grants, beginning with the current summer term.
The first Native American is set to be nominated for U.S. treasurer, which oversees the U.S. Mint.
The owners of a gas station who practice the Sikh religion have decided to help people when they need it most, and they're doing it by lowering their gas prices in Phoenix.
The Nobel Peace Prize that Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov was auctioning off to raise money for Ukrainian child refugees has sold for $103.5 million. The sale shattered the previous $4.76 million record for a Nobel.
American Airlines is ending service in three cities this fall in response to the industry-wide pilot shortage.
Average monthly car loan payments hit a record of $656 for new vehicles, $546 for used vehicles in May: Edmunds.
Energy prices are a key driver of inflation that is rising worldwide and making the cost of living more expensive.
She also discussed Sunday an openness to lowering the federal gas tax to give drivers some relief at the pump.