FBN's Kennedy goes inside L.A.'s Skid Row, which is considered to be the epicenter of the homeless crisis.
Get on a budget, get out of debt, and start investing, said Chris Hogan.
Financial expert and author Chris Hogan on retirement goals, planning and scams.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar on efforts to expand Medicare coverage to treatments such as acupuncture in an efforts to tackle the opioid crisis, concerns over the future of Medicare, border funding and ObamaCare.
Families with children in K-12 schools or colleges plan to spend more on back-to-school shopping this year than ever before, according to a recent survey from the National Retail Federation.
One expert expects taxpayers' projections to be much more accurate this year.
A newly released roadmap shows how complex the tax system can be.
Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Leroy Petry (Ret.) and ISG Research principal analyst Stanton Jones on Sgt. Petry's robotic prosthetic hand and the advances in robotic prosthetic technology.
The 30-year fixed mortgage rate recently reached its lowest levels since September 2017.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai on the agency's efforts to take on robocalls.
Airbnb is looking for people willing to host evacuees for free as Tropical Storm Barry threatens the Gulf Coast.
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High-skilled immigration is one of our best weapons to keep the American economy strong and ensure we maintain our economy’s superiority over countries like China.
Advancing legislation may eliminate stretch IRAs.
A Silicon Valley startup is providing “co-living” accommodations where you can rent a bunk bed for $1,200 a month.
Frank Baez went from NYU Langone Hospital janitor to nurse in a short time.
NYU Langone janitor Frank Baez on how he worked his way through nursing school at NYU Langone as a janitor to eventually get a job at the medical center as a nurse.
This fintech company is helping to transform the payment processing industry.
Here are six factors to consider when deciding to rent or buy.
The health-care industry often leaves patients and caregivers guessing as to how much procedures will cost, putting Americans in the most vulnerable of situations in a tight bind.