New U.S. Department of Transportation rules will require airlines to include the cost of all mandatory fees and taxes in the advertised price of an airfare, starting Thursday.
Lawmakers are questioning the cost of legal bills for the city of Vernon, which is under investigation for its financial dealings.
Activists behind “Bank Transfer Day” are hoping tens of thousands of people on Saturday will voluntarily switch their money to not-for-profit credit unions.
A new proposal would raise sanitation fees by more than 70 percent for Los Angeles residents.
As tuition and fees continue to soar on state campuses, a new online college is launching just as demand for higher education is increasing.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has indicated in court filings that he does not want to pay Maria Shriver spousal support or her attorney’s fees in their divorce case.
The Transportation Department is proposing new rules that would require carriers to disclose the fees they charge passengers in detail.
The University of California is raising student tuition by an additional 9.6 percent this fall in response to a steep reduction in state support.
A community group is joining together to fight proposed water and power rate hikes in Los Angeles.
The nation’s biggest airlines want to put off having to be more transparent with customers about baggage and “bumping” policies for at least another couple of months.
A showdown vote in the Senate over a proposed cap on fees that stores charge for a debit card swipe is pitting bankers against merchants — but will consumers lose either way?
Under the proposal, students would pay higher tuitions to attend high-ranked schools like UCLA in comparison to smaller schools like UC Riverside or UC Merced.
If you are required to pay your vehicle license fees in July or even August, you may be getting a break – at least for now.
The former manager of the city of Bell says he should be reimbursed for legal fees spent defending himself against charges of defrauding taxpayers out of millions of dollars.
Assemblyman Bob Blumenfeld says the money collected from banks would go to school districts, police and fire departments, and small business loans.