Americas

The FINANCIAL -- Americans are more likely than they were a year ago to say their households were the victims of credit card information theft, despite recent efforts to make the use of credit cards in stores safer. More than one in four (27%) now say they or someone in their household had information stolen from a credit card used in a store, up from a dip to 22% in ...

The FINANCIAL -- More Americans favor requiring police officers to wear body cameras while on duty but still tend to believe they will protect the cops more than those they deal ...

The FINANCIAL -- Hillary Clinton still maintains a slight advantage as support for the major third party candidates appears to be slipping away in Rasmussen Reports’ latest White House Watch ...

The FINANCIAL -- As voters in several states prepare to vote on death penalty initiatives, 60% of Americans say they are in favor of the death penalty for persons convicted of ...