- Inside the booming, billion-dollar business of esportsCompetitive video gaming, already a $1.5 billion-industry, is expected to grow to $2.3 billion in 2022
- 5 reasons the world is more divided than everPhillip Jennings, the head of the UNI global union, spoke with CBS News about the decline in good jobs and the rise in global discontent.
- After Russian indictments, Facebook says it has "more to do"Vowing to tighten security, social media giant said Russia's interference in election "violates all of our values"
- Steve Wynn won't collect severance packageBillionaire resigned from Las Vegas casino he founded after being accused of sexual misconduct
- Proposed crackdown on aluminum, steel imports roils stocksWall Street embraces metal producers after Commerce Department outlines potential measures on foreign products
- Commerce Dept. wants tariffs on aluminum, steel importsImports of the metals threaten U.S. national security, trade officials say in calling for quotas or tariffs
- Do cheap or pricey homes see a bigger jump in value?Owners of homes hardest hit by the housing crash are now seeing a market revival, Zillow says
- How a law against redlining is spurring white gentrificationYoung white homebuyers are taking advantage of a lending program designed to fix biased loan practices
- Buying a house? Mortgage rates are near a 4-year peakFinancing a home purchase is getting more expensive, even as home prices are at all-time highs in many cities
- Stone Brewing sues MillerCoors, alleging brand "confusion"The lawsuit accuses MillerCoors Keystone of rebranding with a label that could confuse beer drinkers
- 7 things you may not know about food stampsWith the antipoverty program a Trump budget-cutting target, these facts may change how you think about it
- Should employers keep testing workers for pot?As medical and recreational weed gets more green lights, some experts are arguing for an end to the practice
- 3 reasons investors should worry about inflationThe stock market's rebound feels good, but the inflation factors that sparked the selloff haven't disappeared
- Little-known facts about food stampsAs the White House proposes an overhaul of this popular program, here are some facts you might not know about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps.
- Universal income, a radical approach to solving inequality, gains tractionUniversal income, once a fringe idea, is gaining mainstream acceptance. Economist Guy Standing, a proponent of such a plan, explains why it makes sense for today's economy
- Amtrak may end service on tracks lacking key safety gearThe rail service is concerned about "Positive Train Control" systems not in place on tracks Amtrak uses but doesn't own
- Why mass shootings may no longer boost firearm stocksThe paralysis over gun control is, perhaps counterintuitively, working against gun manufacturers -- here's why
- Refunds at risk: Tax scam is getting worseCybercriminals using purloined Social Security numbers, banking and other consumer data to steal taxpayer refunds
- U.S. Bank punished for lax money laundering controlsFinancial institution will pay $613 million to settle charges it failed to monitor suspicious banking transactions
- Pet food recalled over salmonella concernsProducts from four companies potentially contaminated, as FDA gets complaints of illness and death in animals
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