Sens. Chuck Schumer and Elizabeth Warren told reporters the “new president” will “wipe out” student loan debt for millions of Americans.
President Donald Trump’s pro-American curbs on migration are pressuring New York’s parochial elite to accept out-of-state young Americans into the city’s economy.
President Donald Trump and Joe Biden will nearly cross paths on the campaign trail this election cycle when both travel on Friday to Minnesota, a state that has generally been safe for Democrats over the past 40 years.
President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence criticized the United States Chamber of Commerce in a phone call after the business group endorsed 23 House Democrats in vital congressional races, a report alleges.
Joe Biden’s attempt to convince voters that his blue-collar roots make him the populist candidate in the 2020 presidential race is hard to square with his campaign’s finances.
Trump has the lead on the economy and household finances
Neighbors in Humble, Texas, showed up in a big way this week after a woman asked for help in bringing customers to her father’s food truck business.
A report on New Zealand’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) revealed on Thursday that the nation has slipped into its first recession in ten years, thanks to economic damage from the Wuhan coronavirus.
American deportation policy should focus on keeping foreign families together, Joe Biden told the Spanish-language Telemundo TV network.
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on Thursday called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) the “problem” when it comes to the stalled coronavirus relief bill talks.
The Communist Party of China published a “white paper” on Thursday in defense of what are believed to be over 1,000 concentration camps for Turkic Muslims in far-west Xinjiang province, asserting that the camps are for “vocational training” and have allowed for the “facilitation of employment.”
Schools that were supposed to reopen on Monday will be closed for at least another week.
Homebuilders started construction on new homes at a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 1.021 million, 12.1 percent higher than a year ago and up 4.1 percent from the prior month. Single family home construction rose in the West and Midwest
A small improvement, slightly bettter than expeced, in new claims for unemployment benefits.
On Wednesday’s broadcast of Fox News Radio’s “Guy Benson Show,” Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) said he is “not optimistic that we’ll get anything done” on another round of coronavirus relief before the election. Because House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced he will furlough himself and his entire staff on Wednesday, in the midst of a $9 billion loss in revenue.
The unemployment rate for illegal migrants in the United States reached almost 30 percent during the coronavirus crash, says a California advocacy report that urges a federal bailout for the cities and counties that choose to rely on illegal migrants.
Save the Country Coalition told reporters on a conference call this week that Congress should not bail out the mostly Democrat-controlled states that made bad decisions in responding to the coronavirus outbreak.
Rapper and fashion mogul Kanye West posted a video of himself urinating on a Grammy award in a toilet on Wednesday. The move arrives amid a battle the rap mega star is embroiled in with Universal Music Group.
Rap superstar Kanye West is leading a revolt against Universal Music Group that has led to music stars lashing out at record labels over the level of control they exert over their artists. The typical music contract, the Grammy-winner says, is lucrative for record labels but leave musicians with little recourse to own their masters.
The coronavirus pandemic could potentially see jobs for humans permanently replaced with machines according to a new study from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Jobs that are at risk of disappearing include retail salespersons, parking attendants, slaughterhouse workers, and toll collectors.
Back in June the Fed’s median forecast was for the economy to shrink 6.5 percent. Now it sees only a 3.7 percent contraction.
Domino’s Pizza donated $110 million to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, making it the largest donation the hospital has seen in its history.
José Guerra, a member of Venezuela’s National Assembly, lamented in an interview highlighted by Venezuelan outlet Dólar Today on Tuesday that “no solution” exists to Venezuela’s chronic gasoline shortages because socialist mismanagement has destroyed the nation’s refineries.
President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen has said that the United Kingdom cannot change the Withdrawal Agreement.
The great rush for homes is making this the best market ever for builders.
In a recent court filing, tech giant Apple has accused Epic Games of “starting a fire and pouring gasoline on it” by breaking Apple’s App Store rules.