A Tennessee jury has ordered Cracker Barrel, a Southern fare restaurant chain, to pay $9.4 million in damages after staff served a customer hand sanitizer instead of water in 2014.
The Biden administration is threatening to take back millions of federal dollars from Arizona because it's only giving that money to schools without mask mandates,
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody on Tuesday announced legislative efforts targeting organized retail theft crime rings.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., chairwoman of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, championed the news Wednesday that President Biden would extend the federal student loan forbearance period through May 1, 2022.
The White House National Security Council is warning of a “heightened risk” of “malicious cyber” activities like ransomware surrounding the Christmas holiday, urging business leaders to update IT practices and to work with federal law enforcement to improve U.S. cybersecurity.
After an investigation into Chinese tech giant Huawei linked the massive company to mass surveillance campaigns by the Chinese Communist Party, the National Security Council says the White House is as cautious as ever toward the enigmatic conglomerate.
National Economic Council Director Brian Deese dodged a reporter's question about inflation, instead opting to tout the economic recovery from the pandemic
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott discusses the impact of companies moving their headquarters to the state, the rise of the omicron variant and the migrant surge.
Levi Strauss & Co. offered its employees a counseling session with a 'racial trauma specialist' to deal with the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse, the company confirmed to FOX Business on Wednesday.
President Biden’s move to tap the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve is expected to supply China and India oil needs as gas demands have led to global shortages, reports said Tuesday.
Ranking Member on the Senate Energy Committee Sen. John Barrasso said Tuesday that President Biden’s decision to tap into U.S. oil reserves was no “substitute” for addressing gas shortages.
The sale of the largest U.S. tolling company to a Singapore-based firm is drawing security concerns
U.S. consumer confidence plunged to a 10-year low in November, reflecting heightened concerns among Americans about hotter-than-expected inflation and the rising price of everyday goods.
Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., slams Democratic colleagues for discussing "green supply chain solutions."
President Biden has unveiled a framework for a modified social spending plan that imagines spending close to $1.75 trillion over the next decade, but budget experts say the true cost of the legislation would be closer to $5 trillion because of the way the programs are structured.
Donald Trump’s company won’t have to pay hefty legal bills incurred by his former personal lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen.
A top economic advisor in the Obama administration said Thursday that federal spending for coronavirus relief has contributed to the recent inflation surge.
Live Nation Entertainment Inc. has again come under scrutiny after a Travis Scott concert on Nov. 6 at the Astroworld music festival in Houston left at least eight people dead.
The Biden administration is asking a court to put off a decision on whether to strike down its vaccine mandate for big businesses until a federal panel consolidates the barrage of lawsuits against it.
The barrage of lawsuits against the Biden administration over its vaccine-or-testing rule on COVID-19 are expected to be combined into one massive case.