The internet giant is on the hook for $5.5 million for the 2014 contest, while co-sponsor Quicken Loans appears to have escaped undamaged
A Fed official says rates are only halfway back to where they should be
The cognitive abilities of children in low income families are affected by how much their parents spend on housing, according to a new Johns Hopkins University study
Builder confidence was up significantly this month, but most builders are still pessimistic about the market
Are millennials more interested or less interested than previous generations in owning homes?
A House subcommittee has voted to subpoena two more whistleblowers who allege discrimination and retaliation at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The Fed's governing committee meets this week and is expected to cut another $10 billion from its monthly bond buys. Meanwhile, the Iraq situation escalated over the weekend with Sunnis claiming that they've assassinated Shiite militia. All that and more in today's rate snapshot
The Justice Department is preparing a fraud lawsuit against Citigroup after talks over a settlement of up to $10 billion broke down, according to reports