The Tennessee Higher Education Commission has voted in favor of a proposal that would freeze all tuition at public colleges and universities throughout the state.
Russia has cut off Finland's natural gas after the Scandinavian country made clear its desire to join NATO and refusal to pay in Russian currency.
Wall Street is increasingly convinced that the Federal Reserve is going to drag the economy into a recession with its war on inflation.
A star in the Netflix documentary “Don't F--k with cats” says that the State of New York "failed" in implementing its red flag law after an 18-year-old allegedly killed 10 people and injured three others in a Buffalo grocery store.
The brewery industry, which is celebrating American Craft Beer Week, is rebounding from the pandemic, growing 8% in the last year, according to the Brewer’s Association.
"Kudlow" host voices his concerns over the state of the American economy.
Georgia announced Friday that Hyundai Motor Group plans to invest $5.5 billion for a new electric vehicle plant and battery manufacturing facility in the state.
The S&P 500 has gotten obliterated in a widespread sell-off this month, and the benchmark index is likely to drop even lower if the economy experiences a return to 1970s-style stagflation, according to Bank of America analysts.
The average American is likely shelling out an extra $311 a month because of inflation, according to a recent Moody's Analytics analysis. The financial squeeze stems from the rising cost of a number of everyday goods, including cars, rent, food, gasoline and health care.
Stuart Varney criticizes Biden playing the "race card" when Georgia primaries on Tuesday saw more ballots cast compared to four year ago under the old voting law.
A Mississippi restaurant owner said that soaring inflation makes it “hard to be in our business” right now as restaurateurs are dealing with a “perfect storm.”
Stew Leonard's announces the grocery chain is waiting on Biden and FDA approval to carry baby formula from Germany on its shelves.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey is making a comeback after closing its curtains in 2017.
An increase in shoplifting at Philadelphia convenience stores is forcing the outlets to close, merchants say.
President Biden and South Korea's President Yoon Suk Yeol will tour the Samsung Electronics Pyeongtaek Campus, a model for the new Samsung plant in Texas, on the first day of Biden's trip to Asia Friday.
The White House plans to unveil the Environmental Protection Agency's $500 million Clean School Bus rebate program at a high school in Virginia on Friday in an event with Vice President Kamala Harris.
NASA successfully launched Boeing's unmanned spacecraft Starliner bound for the International Space Station on Thursday, which NASA hopes will eventually carry astronauts.
A former SpaceX flight attendant accused Telsa CEO Elon Musk of exposing himself to her and propositioning her for sex in exchange for a horse, according to a new report. Musk reportedly denied the sexual assault allegation and called the story a "politically motivated hit piece."
Large parts of the United States could see blackouts this summer due to supply chain issues compounded by extreme weather conditions such as draught and high temperatures, according to a North American Electric Reliability Corp report.
Virginia lawmaker and attorney Tim Anderson is seeking a restraining order against Virginia Beach Schools and Barnes & Noble bookstores over books he says are not suitable for children because they contain "obscene" content.