Lots of U.S. cities get their names from saints, but research finds only a few living up to saintly standards.
Here are places to avoid -- or embrace, depending on your preference for sloth, greed, gluttony and more.
They might not find jobs, but they'll still need wheels. Here's a look at some great new cars for graduates.
Here's an All-Star Break rundown of which Major League Baseball parks hike nearby home prices the most.
You can buy a home near a Major League Baseball park for a minor-league price.
If you can't obey all the laws while staying in a resort area, at least consider these lawyers' tips.
Mortgage rates are still incredibly low compared with historic norms, so renting makes very little financial sense.
The average U.S. community has a 3.1-year break-even period, but you can wait 11.9 years in parts of New York.
Low-cost cars are often boxy on the outside, bland on the inside and boring to drive, but not these five champs.
Buying a home seemed too risky to many for a long time, but here are markets where you'd be crazy to rent.