The FINANCIAL -- According to Visa's annual Tooth Fairy survey, American children are receiving an average of $3.19 per lost tooth this year, a decrease of 24 cents from last year. Kids can expect to receive approximately $64 on the road to adult teeth, down from $74 only two years ago. 2015 marks the second year in a row that the Tooth Fairy has left less under ...

The FINANCIAL -- Worried that the controversies surrounding Hillary Clinton are wounding her chances for the presidency, some Democrats have begun pushing Vice President Joe Biden’s candidacy. ...

The FINANCIAL -- According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Workstation Tracker, certified mobile workstations continued to show stronger growth in the second quarter ...

The FINANCIAL -- The U.S. Payroll to Population employment rate (P2P), as measured by Gallup, was 45.5% in July. This is unchanged from the previous month, and the highest rate Gallup has measured ...

The FINANCIAL -- Lenovo took the top spot from Apple in the PC market (desktops, notebooks and tablets) in Q2 2015. Apple had held the lead since Q3 2014. Lenovo shipped just under 16.0 million PCs, ...

The FINANCIAL -- On the eve of the 80th anniversary of the Social Security system, 51% of nonretired Americans say they doubt the system will be able to pay them a benefit when they retire. These ...

The FINANCIAL -- Arkansas and Kentucky continue to have the sharpest reductions in their uninsured rates since the healthcare law took effect at the beginning of 2014. Oregon, Rhode Island and ...

The FINANCIAL -- The IMF published on August 6, for the first time the World Revenue Longitudinal Dataset (WoRLD), which provides data on tax and non-tax revenues for 186 countries over the period ...

The FINANCIAL -- Black Americans are divided over whether their local police treat racial minorities, including blacks, fairly or unfairly. Fifty-two percent of blacks say local police treat these ...

The FINANCIAL -- Americans rate black-white relations much more negatively today than they have at any point in the past 15 years. Currently, 47% say relations between blacks and whites are "very ...

The FINANCIAL -- From measuring teens’ internet usage to finding out what devices they own, Pew Research Center has been examining the digital lives of teenagers for over a decade. Our latest ...