Banking system on the verge of a 'Bear Stearns moment': Former FDIC chair
Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair warns the fallout from the Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank collapse could echo the 2008 Bear Stearns collapse.
'Shark Tank' star Kevin O'Leary bashes SVB bailout, moves assets out of banks
Celebrity investor Kevin O'Leary claims federal regulators should have let Silicon Valley Bank fail rather than "panic" and change policy for the entire banking system.
Investor who called Lehman collapse predicts the next big bank failure
Robert Kiyosaki, who originally forecasted the Lehman 2008 crisis, predicts the next bank to collapse in the Silicon Valley Bank contagion will be Credit Suisse.
Economist warns Biden's budget proposal is a 'fiscal atrocity': The 'worst budget I've seen'
Is President Biden's proposed budget — which includes trillions of dollars in tax hikes — fiscally responsible? Trump admin economist Steve Moore and Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Tim Kaine, D-Va., say no.
Alaska prepares for Biden to deny Willow project: This is ‘the end of oil in America’
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy warns "the end of oil in America" has arrived, as he predicts President Biden will reject the state's massive Willow oil project.
US manufacturers offer way for American businesses to 'mitigate' China damage
National Association of Manufacturers CEO Jay Timmons unpacks growing calls from lawmakers and business leaders to 'decouple' the U.S. economy from China.
'Bar Rescue' host Jon Taffer says restaurants 'fighting reinvention' of business
'Bar Rescue' host Jon Taffer details issues facing the restaurant industry in the aftermath of the COVID pandemic such as inflation and employee shortages.
Goya sends food, critical supplies to people of East Palestine: You are not 'forgotten'
Goya Foods CEO Bob Unanue says no community is too small to receive disaster relief, detailing the company's efforts to provide aid to East Palestine in the toxic train aftermath.
Ohio train derailment lawyer issues stark warning to impacted families: 'Don't take the money'
Lipson O’Shea Legal Group owner Michael O’Shea advises Ohio residents to be cautious about taking money from Norfolk Southern as compensation following the toxic train derailment.
Patriots billionaire owner says NFL team will remain a family affair for 'decades to come'
Self-made billionaire Robert Kraft discusses the future of his highly successful NFL franchise the New England Patriots.
Most expected recession of all time being mitigated by anticipation: Billionaire investor Ken Fisher
Fisher Investments founder Ken Fisher explained why 2023 is shaping up to be a great year for Wall Street and why the U.S. economy is unlikely to fall into a recession.
China is a 'clear and present danger' to American cybersecurity: Gov. Tate Reeves
Mississippi Republican Gov. Tate Reeves announced he plans to ban TikTok on government devices and warned of the ongoing threat China poses to U.S. cybersecurity.
WH classified documents are exposed to many people and can be 'mishandled,' Bush's chief of staff says
George W. Bush's former chief of staff Andy Card says when you leave the White House, "the principal almost never cleans up his own mess or packs his own boxes."
Gov. Sununu slams Biden over classified documents mess: 'Disorganized slob' who's not leading by example
New Hampshire Republican Gov. Chris Sununu reacted to the FBI finding more classified documents at Biden's home and discussed a possible 2024 presidential run.
US defaulting on debt is 'whole different level of economic risk,' Biden's economic adviser says
Senior economic adviser to President Biden Gene Sterling emphasizes the "economic risk" caused by hitting the debt ceiling and urges Congress act to raise the limit.
GOP rep warns Washington to get 'bloated bureaucracy' under control: Default would be 'devastating'
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis criticized Democrats for not addressing the debt limit sooner and for refusing to work with Republicans to solve the nation's financial problems.
Holding debt limit hostage won’t fix spending problems, former CBO director warns
Former Congressional Budget Office director Douglas Holtz-Eakin unpacks the risks caused by Congress holding the debt limit hostage to spending reforms.
Virgnia AG launches investigation into schools over merit award delays
Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares explains why he announced a civil rights investigation into schools that reportedly delayed notifying students of merit awards.
Stock market legend issues ‘vicious and ferocious growling bear’ warning over US labor force
Stockmarket Cycles publisher and editor Peter Eliades says he's bearish as a very low unemployment rate could create "one of the great tops in market history."
Mulvaney shreds new House-GOP rules: If you think this is ‘life-changing,’ you don’t ‘understand Washington’
Former Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney warns there won't be a balanced budget or "dramatic" spending cuts after the Republican-led passage of new House rules.