Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is getting backlash for refusing to answer one question.
Here's a look at how much Sen. Elizabeth Warren is estimated to be worth.
“I know [Sen. Warren] says she’s for Bernie,” Biden said. “Well, I’m for Barack. I think ObamaCare worked.”
Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has said middle class families will pay more.
Here's a look at tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang's estimated net worth.
What college students have to say about Sen. Elizabeth Warren's plan to forgive student loan debt.
Right now, the richest 400 Americans essentially pay a tax rate worth 23 percent.
Consumers could be in for rude awakening at the gas pump if anti-fracking advocates get their way.
Welcome to the progressive, new way of paying for it all. Just fire up the printing presses.
Modern Monetary Theory can slow economic growth, said Anthony Chan.
While the U.S. does not have a true wealth tax, a few other countries do.
There’s now a tasty way to enjoy the 2020 election -- with peanut butter.
Despite the political hype, more than half of business economists believe that forgiving student loan debt would negatively affect the U.S. economy, according to a recent survey.
President Trump previously said there is "tremendous support" in Congress for new gun control legislation.
According to the poll, about 28 percent of voters believe Biden, the party’s front-runner, most closely aligns with their own views on health care.
Although candidates contend a Wall Street tax would hit high-frequency traders, critics argue differently.
There are some key differences between the candidates, evident as they jockey for second place in early 2020 polls, dividing progressive support.
FOX Business' Stuart Varney says a President Warren America would only trade with countries who support the Paris climate agreement.
The report estimated Wall Street firms are poised to impact an additional 1 million people working in retail in the coming years.
Both candidates said tax hikes – either on the wealthy, in Warren’s case, or Wall Street, in Sanders’, – would pay for the cost of eliminating debt, $1.4 trillion of which belongs to the federal government.