Vice President Kamala Harris and the Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff reported earning millions of dollars in 2020, but donated a small fraction to charity, according to tax documents released by the White House on Monday.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday announced that he was signing a law intended to penalize local governments that do not keep up with cybersecurity training requirements one week after ransomware attack shut down a major U.S. pipeline.
President Biden experienced a decline in income as he campaigned for, and assumed, the presidency during tax year 2020.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made millions off of his bestselling book about leadership during the coronavirus pandemic, despite multiple ongoing investigations into how he handled deaths at nursing homes during the height of the COVID-19 outbreak.
At least 7 million Americans will likely qualify for tax refunds on unemployment benefits they collected last year, according to a new report.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority claims the high-speed rail project has created more than 5,500 "good paying" jobs since construction in the Central Valley began, with more than 35 construction sites active along the bullet train system's first 119 miles.
In the wake of a cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline that created a gas shortage in the southeastern U.S. last week, low supply and panic buying sent gas prices soaring.
The first monthly payment of an expanded and newly advanceable child tax credit from the American Rescue Plan will be made on July 15, the U.S. Treasury Department and the IRS jointly announced Monday.
Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., on Sunday said the Biden administration has been "asleep at the switch" on supporting pipelines, making the United States more "vulnerable" in the aftermath of the cyberattack on Colonial Pipeline.
A Space Force commander was reportedly relieved from his post for making comments denouncing Marxist ideology in the military.
A shadowy deed filed last year in New Mexico claims ownership of parts of late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s Zorro Ranch, a sprawling 21,000-square-foot desert mansion on nearly 10,000 acres of land, according to a report.
A restaurant owner with locations in Upstate New York and Florida says unemployment benefits have impacted the staff shortages that restaurants and small businesses are seeing across the country.
Comedian Adam Carolla opined Friday about the workplace misconduct scandal involving comedian Ellen DeGeneres' eponymous talk show, and the news that she has decided to end the program next year.
A group of pro-Iran Twitter accounts flooded the platform with “massive surges of unmitigated antisemitism” and disinformation, enough to get it trending, as Israel stepped up military strikes against the Tehran-backed Hamas terrorists in Gaza responsible for launching hundreds of rockets at civilian targets this week, according to a nonprofit, politically neutral research institution.
Comedian Adam Carolla called California Gov. Gavin Newsom, D., a “dictator” and “buffoon” Friday who was forcing people out of the state.
Hotels across the country are unable to find enough workers to appropriately staff their properties. Some have had to turn business away.
Ohio on Thursday became the latest state to end its participation in the pandemic-related federal unemployment insurance program, which state leaders say was putting a damper on Ohio’s economic recovery.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk renewed calls for a carbon tax Thursday, a suggestion he said was rejected by the Biden Administration because it was "politically difficult."
President Biden is still pitching his multitrillion-dollar spending plans to Congress, even amid the threat of surging inflation, after consumer prices in April saw the biggest increase in decades.
Producer prices rose in April at the fastest annual pace on record as the U.S. economy continued to reopen from its COVID-19 lockdowns.