Thanks to rising inflation costs, there are now five fewer chips in a bag of Doritos than there used to be.
Why are used cars so expensive right now? A classic case of low supply, high demand—and it’s affecting the Mountain States the worst.
The reason your refrigerator light doesn’t have a friend in the freezer comes down to cost-benefit analysis.
According to a new survey, the very middle of America is chock-full of workaholics, from North Dakota to Texas.
Printing its own wooden currency is a way for Tenino, Washington, to support residents while keeping cash within its local economy.