FOX Business’ Ashley Webster unpacks the dilemma many corporations may face with plans to reimburse abortion-related costs for employees as trigger laws restrict abortion access.
California is nearing a projected $10 billion legislative deal to provide taxpayers with a gas rebate after months of rampant inflation and skyrocketing prices at the pump.
President Biden, asked whether the spending of his American Rescue Plan contributed to the massive surge in inflation, defended his policies and denied responsibility.
Former Trump advisers warn GOP busting up censorship-happy Big Tech companies could be playing right into the hands of the Chinese Communist Party.
An agency judge has ruled that Home Depot did not interfere with workers rights by preventing them from wearing Black Lives Matter patches on their uniforms.
Russia and China opened a new bridge connecting the two countries across the Amur river to shorten travel time, bolster trade relations and strengthen their alliance.
Americans cite inflation and the economy as the top issues that will be driving their vote in the midterm elections this fall.
Rep. Donald Beyer, D-Va., said that he's introducing a bill to aggressively tax assault weapons at 1,000% after recent mass shootings in the country.
Former President Trump told FBN's Stuart Varney that he will not get back on Twitter, despite saying Tesla CEO Elon Musk wants him to rejoin "very badly."
The cost of living and the economy dominate Americans minds ahead of the midterm election's despite the leaked Roe v. Wade ruling, a potentially worrying sign for President Biden.
Some infants in America are going hungry because of a baby formula shortage. Stores just can't keep it in stock and mothers are getting desperate.
April inflation numbers show prices much higher than a year ago.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly's push for a secretive 'corporate welfare' package was based on political considerations, according to opponents
The Florida governor's office has assured the state that Disney will not be passing tax burdens onto citizens.
Senate Democratic candidates in key swing states are trying to blame record-setting inflation on the Russia-Ukraine crisis and corporate greed, not government spending, despite criticism that the party's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan has contributed to the crisis.
Fewer Americans are "thriving" compared to June 2021 amid inflation and Russia's invasion of Ukraine, according to a Gallup poll released Wednesday.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom turned heads on Thursday when he announced his proposal for $400 gas rebate cards to be given to Golden State motorists to offset the skyrocketing gas prices.
Biden has recently made a concerted effort to blame Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine as the main source of economic turmoil in the U.S., pointing to disrupted markets.
The Biden administration on Monday said it will still push for the confirmation of controversial Federal Reserve Board nominee Sarah Bloom Raskin, despite a key Democratic senator pulling his support.
In an effort to support Ukraine, Total Wine and More, which operates 229 stores across 27 states, announced on social media it "removed all Russian-made products from our shelves."