A Wednesday poll indicates 41 percent of Americans approve of President Joe Biden's handling of the immigration crisis.
Many young Americans are getting jobs and higher wages because President Donald Trump blocked the arrival of foreign J-1 visa workers for the 2021 summer season.
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes unexpectedly fell in May, falling to the lowest level in a year as supply constraints have pushed up prices. The Commerce Department said on Wednesday that new home sales tumbled 5.9 percent to a
The court granted very little relief despite finding that the patent administrative judges were unconstitutionally shielded from political control
Six people were shot, one of whom died, on Saturday evening near a Juneteenth celebration at Oakland's Lake Merritt.
A national poll shows President Joe Biden’s approval rating has gone backwards since April, plummetingto below 50 percent for the first time since he took office with disillusioned Democrats leading the way down.
Inflationary pressures in hte Philly Fed survey are at levels we haven't seen since the Carter years.
New home construction missed expectations for the second month in a row, weighed down by rising costs of labor, lumber, and other materials.
The Fed left its key interest rate target and bond buying program unchanged at the end of its two-day meeting Wednesday. But the projections of Fed officials show that they see more inflation and more growth by the end of the year than they did at the end of their March meeting.
If we agree to call it "transitory," will the pain stop?
An unexpected dip in builder sentiment as high prices and rising costs bite into red-hot market.
Nearly 81 percent of New York manufacturers said they faced higher prices in May than April.
Prices received by U.S. businesses for goods and services rose at their fastest annual pace recorded in 11 years of data, the Labor Department reported Tuesday. The Producer Price Index rose 6.6 percent in May from 12-months earlier, the highest
A study by a trio of economists shows that the narrative accompanying official Federal Reserve forecasts can be used to predict economic surprises.
"Motorists are paying, on average, 37 percent more to fill up than the start of the year," a AAA spokesperson said.
Average hourly and weekly earnings fell in May despite rising wages. The problem: infllation overhwelmed pay hikes.
Mentions of higher prices for appliances, cars, and houses are reaching historically extreme levels.
The budget deficit rose to a record high in May. It's not a coincidence that inflation is running at the fastest in decades.
The price of house cleaners and movers jumped more than ever before as inflation heated up in May.
The cost of living is going up at the fastest pace in years.
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