Fox Business Network host Larry Kudlow warned that President Biden's massive tax hike plan, particularly affecting capital gains, inheritances, and a cash injection to the Internal Revenue Service, will spell disaster for American workers and U.S. global competitiveness.
Tens of millions of low-income Americans are still waiting for their stimulus check to arrive weeks after President Biden signed into law the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's plan to tax the net worth of the wealthiest Americans could reduce U.S. economic growth by 1.2% over the next 30 years, according to a new analysis published this week.
U.S. passenger railroad Amtrak will restore daily service to 12 long distance routes starting in May after Congress on Wednesday gave final approval to $1.7 billion in additional emergency funding.
With millions around the country calling for a $15 minimum wage, small business owners fear their businesses will be crippled while minimum wage workers have hope for better days ahead.
Mark Cuban is partnering with Goalsetter for Black History Month in its quest to give 1 million kids their first savings accounts with $40 and a debit card.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) is pouring millions into the Georgia runoff elections in what an NRA spokesperson called "an investment into America."
Georgia’s runoff election has become a battleground for gun control and advocacy groups targeting the race for Senate as Democrats fight to gain control of both the executive and legislative branches.
President Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden are running for election on radically different platforms, with diverging views on most some of the most pressing issues, including ones that have the potential to impact the finances of everyday Americans.
President Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden are running for election on radically different platforms, with diverging views on most hot-button issues, including ones that would impact the finances of everyday Americans.
Five of the six states with the nation’s lowest unemployment rates are in the Midwest, have Republican governors and have almost no restrictions intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The odds of Congress striking a coronavirus relief deal before the November election dimmed considerably this week after the Senate left Washington for their October recess with no agreement in place.
Americans who are still awaiting the arrival of their full coronavirus stimulus check received extra time this week to register for the extra $500 payment for their children.
Joe Biden has pledged to not raise taxes on any American who earns less than $400,000, but a new analysis published this week found that the Democratic presidential nominee's tax increase proposals could indirectly fall on the middle class.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that Democrats and White House officials are drawing closer to striking a coronavirus relief deal, but negotiators have still not solved two of the most contentious issues: state and local funding and liability protections for businesses.
White House officials and Democratic leaders suggested this week that Congress may not pass a coronavirus relief deal until after the November election.
Senate Democrats on Wednesday blocked a vote on Republicans' $500 billion coronavirus relief bill, as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and White House officials continue to negotiate on a broader aid package for families and businesses still reeling from the pandemic.
President Trump said Tuesday that he would support a coronavirus relief package with an even bigger price tag than Democrats' $2.2 trillion proposal.
The chance of Congress passing a coronavirus relief deal before the November elections remains elusive as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin continue to spar over how much money to inject into the pandemic-ravaged economy.
A frequently overlooked part of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's platform would upend the traditional tax preferences of retirement accounts like 401(k) plans — a change that industry experts warned could force some small companies to cut those benefits.