If a recession comes, Americans across the country will experience the pain – despite what Biden may believe.
A year after becoming the first GOP group to launch ads taking aim at Democrats over soaring inflation, the National Republican Congressional Committee is coming back for round two.
Stock futures are trading lower ahead of June's final trading day after the U.S. economy contracted more than expected amid high inflation and weakening consumer confidence.
Among the key events taking place on Thursday that could impact trading include important economic reports on jobless claims and income & spending numbers for May.
A strike by workers at four casinos in Atlantic City could happen over the Fourth of July weekend, one of the busiest for that city if a deal can't be reached.
Airlines have canceled and delayed thousands of flights leading up to the Fourth of July holiday weekend as it battles staff shortages and weather and air traffic control constraints.
Travelers at a national airport outside Washington, D.C., shared how ticket prices, flight cancellations and delays have impacted their trust in airlines.
Spirit Airways has pushed back a scheduled shareholder vote on the merger offer from Frontier Holdings by another week, as the three-way bidding war that also involves Jetblue continues.
Country music legend Johnny Cash built his ranch-style home in Ventura, California, from the ground up in 1961 — and now it's for sale.
Pedro Guimarães, the head of Brazilian state-run bank Caixa Economica Federal, resigned on Wednesday due to employees allegations of sexual harassment.
Craig Hazelett, the CEO of Driftwood Garden Center in Florida, said he is helping his employees pay for gas so that he doesn't lose workers and can attract new ones.
An initiative to increase the minimum hourly wage in Tukwila, Washington, has qualified for the November ballot. The effect of this initiative would be a $3-an-hour increase.
More than 1,000 McDonald's restaurants in Texas have raised money for those who were impacted by the horrific mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas last month.
Fox Business host Larry Kudlow calls for Americans to "revolt" against President Joe Biden's "radical" and "woke" transformation of society on Kudlow.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Wednesday there is "no guarantee" the central bank will be able to tackle inflation without sacrificing jobs.
The billionaire hedge fund manager is reiterating his previous call for more aggressive action by the Federal Reserve to bring down inflation as consumer confidence sinks.
California lawmakers will vote on a plan to spend nearly $308 billion in taxpayer dollars over the next year. A chunk will go towards providing inflation relief.
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Rep. Dave Joyce, the top Republican on an appropriations subcommittee, introduced a measure Wednesday that would force the Biden administration to hold lease sales it canceled in May.
BioNTech, Pfizer's Germany-based partner in COVID-19 vaccines, said the two companies would start tests on humans of next-generation coronavirus vaccines.