Fox Business host Larry Kudlow slammed President Joe Biden's energy policy, which he continued to tout during his trip abroad on "Kudlow."
The IRS recently rejected the tax-exempt status request for a Texas-based Christian group over its purported ties to the Republican Party.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said the country’s economy improved this year but called for measures to tackle the “tense” food situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic and last year’s typhoons, state media said on Wednesday.
Rep. Dan Meuser reacts to the Biden-Putin summit and argues Putin got what he wanted without giving much up.
President Biden told reporters Wednesday he gave President Vladimir Putin a list of 16 critical infrastructure entities that are “off limits” to a Russian cyber attack.
El Salvador will not replace the U.S. dollar with bitcoin as the legal tender, Finance Minister Alejandro Zelaya said on Wednesday, as the Central American nation sought technical assistance from the World Bank to implement bitcoin regulation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday denied that Russian officials were behind the multitude of cyberattacks that have struck U.S. corporations in recent months.
Putin critic Bill Browder suggests the Biden-Putin summit unjustly elevates Putin alongside free world leaders.
The highly anticipated meeting between U.S. President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will set the tone of the relationship between the two countries for the coming years.
“Kudlow” host Larry Kudlow questions why the United States continues to print money during an "economic boom," and calls out President Joe Biden and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen for decisions made during their NATO meeting.
President Biden's proposed corporate tax hike could have unintended consequences on middle-class Americans.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce on Monday that the end of COVID-19 restrictions will be delayed following concern about the rapid rise of infections of the Delta variant of the coronavirus.
The Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates and inflation, as well as new housing and retail sales data lead the week ahead for investors.
More than 20 civil rights groups are demanding Amazon "permanently" divest its surveillance technology and end its relationship with law enforcement.
The parents of a 16-year-old boy who died from a fentanyl overdose have started a petition calling on social media apps like TikTok and Snapchat to change their policies.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is drafting a proposal that would restrict plans that corporate insiders use to avoid insider-trading claims when buying or selling their own company’s stock.
Highlights from the Bitcoin 2021 conference included Square CEO Jack Dorsey's endorsement of the cryptocurrency, Elon Musk-bashing and talk of "liberty."
As the news broke that cybersecurity will be a top subject of discussion in an upcoming summit between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, top St. Petersburg banker Andrey Kostin told Fox Business' “Claman Countdown” that the two men are likely to build a constructive relationship during the American president's tenure.
The Belmont Stakes, one of the country’s oldest horse racing events, usually draws a crowd in excess of 100,000, has an economic impact on Long Island of more than $10 million and is the last jewel in the quest for thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown. The 2021 edition will have none of those on Saturday.
The feature, utilized during an era when much of the world was confined to their homes, allows users to post or respond to prayer requests in certain Facebook groups.