FOX Business host gives her take on COVID relief fraud on 'Kennedy.'
Officials say upwards of $100 billion was stolen in fraud schemes via pandemic relief packages, pushing the government to make major changes to security of the PPP loan program.
Former NSC official Jamie Metzl discusses Putin's Victory Day speech, China observing the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the origins of COVID-19.
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U.S. job growth likely continued at a brisk clip in April, suggesting the labor market is still strong despite headwinds from the highest inflation in four decades, global supply chain constraints and a worsening labor shortage.
The FDA revised its emergency authorization to sharply limit the use of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine due to a rare but potentially fatal blood clotting condition called thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS).
Passengers on a Carnival Cruise Ship that docked Tuesday in Seattle say more than 100 people aboard the ship tested positive for COVID-19 and the ship was overwhelmed.
Fox News contributor discusses JD Vance’s victory in Ohio GOP Senate primary after Trump backing on ‘Kennedy.’
Marie Harf, Dave Smith, and Katie Pavlich join ‘Kennedy’ to discuss the attack on Dave Chappelle during a live performance.
Moderna said Wednesday that revenue from its COVID-19 vaccine sales helped the company to triple its net income in a better-than-expected first quarter.
U.S. companies added far fewer jobs than expected in April, suggesting the tightest labor market in decades has made it difficult for businesses to fill a near-record number of open positions, according to the ADP National Employment Report released Wednesday morning.
Henry Schein CEO Stan Bergman discusses if COVID is still impacting markets on 'The Claman Countdown.'
Amazon informed employees that the company would be shifting back to pre-covid policies thanks to the "sustained easing of the pandemic, ongoing availability of COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, and updated guidance from public health authorities."
Counties in California's Bay Area saw significant population declines over the past year, according to the state's Department of Finance.
A former Amazon employee sued the company Monday, claiming she was wrongly fired from her job and was told to pay back $12,000 in wages after coming down with “long COVID.”
California saw its population decrease in 2021, the second consecutive year the state has seen a population decline.
SomeApple employees are pushing back against the company’s plans to have employees come back to the office, saying such policies will make the tech giant “younger, whiter, (and) more male-dominated.”
Moderna faces multiple lawsuits over its COVID-19 vaccine which could leave taxpayers paying the tab.
Airbnb announced in a note on its website that on May 31, it will be updating its extenuating circumstances policy.
From electric vehicles to fast food, industries across China are feeling the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns as demand plummets.