Survivors of the Valentine’s Day massacre that left 17 dead in Parkland, Florida have transformed into activists demanding changes to gun laws and school protocol in hopes of preventing future school shootings.
Most Wall Street strategists believe that fears about inflation may be overblown and it will be a while before the 10-year Treasury yield hits 3%
‘Pawn Stars’ personality Rick Harrison said spying by the U.S. government would anger the country’s founding fathers.
For years, the Federal Reserve has kept rates artificially low in order to help the economy recover from the economic recession in 2008.
Craig Scott, a survivor of the 1999 Columbine massacre that left 12 dead, said he does not blame the FBI for failing to act on tip about the suspected Florida school shooter, Nikolas Cruz.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Wednesday issued a report calling for changes to an Obama-era process by which failing financial institutions are expected to unwind without triggering widespread ramifications within the economy.
As the nation continues to mourn for the victims and families of the Valentine’s Day shooting at Majority Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said law enforcement must do a better job acting on the warning signs from potential threats.
The U.S. stock market on Friday posted one of its best weekly performances in years, recapturing half of the losses from the startling market correction earlier this month and discovering a new "wall of worry" to climb.
Judicial Watch Director of Investigations Chris Farrell is calling for the complete abolishment FBI beginning with the resignation of its director, Christopher Wray, after failing to protect American citizens.
The YouTube vlogger who notified the FBI of the potential threat from the Florida school shooter told FOX Business that he didn’t hear again from the agency until after the Valentine’s Day massacre.
The FBI came under fire once again on Friday after reporting that it had ignored investigative protocol regarding a tip it received in early January about NIkolas Cruz, the 19-year-old suspected shooter accused of killing 17 people in Parkland, Florida, on Wednesday.
President Trump reportedly approves of a 25 cent-per-gallon gasoline tax hike he hopes will fund his newly released infrastructure plan, and although tax-averse Republicans in Congress remain skittish, he’s found a new set of allies: truckers.
The murderous rage that inflicted unspeakable pain on the families of the 17 innocent people gun down in Parkland, Florida Wednesday by 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz has raised questions on whether more could have been done to prevent the campus massacre.
Donald Trump has found a new group of critics: Deficit hawks, who say they’re upset with the president for introducing a budget that will balloon the already record-high U.S. national debt by an additional $7 trillion over the next 10 years.
The Trump administration plans to stop direct-government funding of the International Space Station (ISS) by 2025, instead relying on mainly private-sector support -- an action that, some astronauts warn, may not be fiscally feasible.
The Trump administration has a proposal to replace some of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program’s (SNAP) cash benefits with boxes of physical food.
Former NASA astronaut Clayton Anderson discusses why the U.S. should work for foreign space programs.
Passport prices are increasing by $10, so if you have international travel planned in the coming year (and still lack a valid passport), be sure to get one before April.
Apple is being investigated by the DOJ and SEC over potential securities violations related to its disclosure of a software update that slowed older iPhones, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Goldman, BofA and Citigroup ponied up a total of $2 million in 2017, the most among the nation’s largest financial firms