FIRST ON FOX: A conservative, small business advocacy group is preparing to sue the Biden administration over its coronavirus vaccine requirement for all employers with more than 100 workers.
After deplaning, American said the passengers were rebooked on the next flight to Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Growth across a range of Chinese economic indicators pulled back sharply in August, as a new outbreak of the COVID-19 delta variant and tighter government regulations on the property market hit consumer spending and the housing sector.
Rapper Nicki Minaj says she is in "Twitter jail" following controversial tweets, and vows to never use the platform again
microCOVID Project is a new online tool helps people calculate their risk of getting COVID-19 based on specific scenarios.
President Biden on Wednesday met with some of the top business leaders in the country, including the CEOs of Microsoft, Walt Disney and Walgreens, days after the White House announced strict vaccination rules for millions of workers as the highly contagious delta variant surges.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said this week she will introduce new legislation to reinstate unemployment benefits for millions of Americans after Congress allowed three federal programs put in place during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic to expire last week.
Police and firefighter unions, medical professionals and teachers are fighting against President Biden’s and local officials’ vaccine mandates, echoing that America is a country of freedom that will not comply with government overreach.
Twitter says a controversial tweet from rapper Nicki Minaj does not violate its rules despite accusations that the post was misleading regarding COVID-19.
The effort to fight a recall of California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has far outraised his closest GOP rival, and Newsom has enjoyed a boost with help from some big names in business.
President Biden issued a stark warning to Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., during a phone call ahead of a critical vote on his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package last March, according to an excerpt from a new book by veteran Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.
Wells Fargo is re-evaluating its return to office plans following President Biden's order requiring workplaces with 100 or more employees to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations or weekly tests.
U.S. employers, as well as those in Canada and Mexico, have the strongest hiring intentions. All 12 industry sectors in the U.S. reported having "hiring intentions at ten-year highs" with plans to bring workers back following the pandemic.
Costco is absolutely killing it in market share against other warehouse clubs.
American incomes fell last year as the U.S. dealt with the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Census Bureau said Tuesday.
The move comes just weeks after the Seattle-based company announced it is seeking to fill 40,000 corporate and technology jobs.
The Biden administration is making $482 million available to aviation industry manufacturers to help them avert job or pay cuts in the pandemic.
Downtown businesses in the U.S. and abroad once took for granted that nearby offices would provide a steady clientele looking for breakfast, lunch, everyday goods and services and last-minute gifts. As the resilient coronavirus keeps offices closed and workers at home, some are adapting while others are trying to hang on.
Walgreens' COVID-19 testing registration systems leaves customers' personal information exposed online, according to a report.
Massachusetts Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren demanded that Amazon change its algorithm to suppress the sales of books she claims spread "COVID-19 misinformation." A Heritage Foundation analyst claimed this is an unconstitutional attack on free speech.