Money and Finance

ND ranks 11th in $8,000 credit card debt range on creditcards.com report


Dow rebounds after 785 point plunge


Dow slides 450 points on trade fears; Oil plunges as OPEC debates supply cut


Dow plunges nearly 800 points on U.S.-China trade fears


Housing Agency giving funds to two senior living homes


Three Bismarck legislators submit pay increase bill for state employees


Taxable sales ruling takes effect, small business calling it a win


Ward County finalizes 2019 budget, includes veterans funding


Mandan City Commission approves 2019 budget


Bismarck City Commission schedules public hearing for proposed budget plans


Oil and gas taxes rescuing state from budget disaster, cuts and online revenue on the way


Tioga City commissioners facing payroll breach


Lucky person claims North Dakota Lottery of $25,000 a year for life in Hettinger


Morton County Commission discusses next year's budget


Bismarck commissioners approve preliminary 2019 budget


Ward County preliminary budget could mean county property tax increases


Minot City 2019 Proposed Annual Budget


ND credited as one of the best financial environments for millennials


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'SNL' imagines a world without Trump as president

"I would never, ever flip on you," Michael Cohen, played by Ben Stiller, said. "You're my best friend."

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to depart Trump administration

The White House will announce a replacement next week, President Trump said in a tweet.

Father says girl who died at border was previously in good health

U.S. Customs and Border Protection had reportedly said 7-year-old Jakelin Caal had not had any food and water for several days before she died.

New Lincoln Aviator welcomes drivers with symphonic soundscape

Lincoln teamed up with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to create a completely new cabin experience that includes melodious alerts that used to be pings and dings.

DOE investigating Title IX complaints from men who say it discriminates in support of women

In the last year, the Department of Education has opened several investigations, after complaints that those universities are systemically discriminating against male students.