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  • Money

    Good news for drivers, as gas prices slide

    by Alain Sherter/CBS News on Aug 10, 14:46

    Time to fill up your Hummers, Americans — the average price of gasoline in the U.S. is heading back down to less than $2 a gallon. Prices at the pump are already below that level in 15 states, with South Carolina drivers enjoying the cheapest gas at $1.81, according to AAA. Other states where prices […]

  • Sci/Tech

    Apple lifts curtain on iPhone 6, Apple Watch

    by Alain Sherter/CBS News on Sep 09, 10:26

    Last Updated Sep 9, 2014 4:05 PM EDT Apple (AAPL) on Tuesday introduced two new iPhones, its long-awaited Apple Watch and a mobile payment system as part of a marketing blitz aimed at drumming up consumer excitement. Now the question is whether the new gear will live up to the hype. Speaking from the Flint Performing […]

  • US/World

    GM announces giant new recall

    by Alain Sherter/CBS News on Jun 30, 17:45

    General Motors (GM) is recalling another 8.2 million vehicles because of a range of problems, with the automaker saying on Monday that it is aware of three fatal crashes involving affected models. The company announced six new safety recalls for seven vehicles from the 1997 to 2014 model years. GM said it is aware of […]

  • Money

    Most Americans struggle to save for retirement

    by Alain Sherter/CBS News on Jun 04, 12:48

    The idea of retirement in the U.S. often conjures up images of fit seniors strolling along the beach, enjoying a leisurely round of golf or perhaps sharing a meal in an exotic locale. For most people, however, the reality is far less glamorous. Seven of 10 Americans who haven’t retired yet find it hard to […]

  • Money

    Economy ended 2013 with a whimper

    by Alain Sherter/CBS News on Jan 10, 8:13

    For the U.S. economy, it is the equivalent of getting a lump of coal in your Christmas stocking. Employers added only 74,000 nonfarm jobs in December, the U.S. Labor Department said Friday, the fewest in three years. That is down from 241,000 in November and well below consensus estimates of 197,000. The surprisingly low number raises […]