Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says his state's rejection of high-speed rail should be an example to California.
People living on the islands said the flooding reached “biblical proportions.”
Staff Sergeant Johnny "Joey" Jones discusses why he supports Trump's diversion of $3.6 billion from the military to build the border wall.
People living in higher earning countries like Sweden, Argentina and Canada are more likely to die from cancer than a cardiovascular disease like a heart attack, according to new research.
More than two dozen have hit the region during the holiday weekend since 1851.
The 5 deadliest hurricanes ever to strike the United States and US territories.
Hurricane season here as Dorian threatens Florida: A look at the costly toll of what they leave behind
As Hurricane Dorian approaches, FOX Business takes a look at some of the most devastating storms to hit the U.S.
Pension contributions will grow on average $820 million annually through fiscal 2023.
FEMA urged residents of Puerto Rico to prepare for tropical storm Dorian in a press release late Monday.
The Congressional Budget Office raises its budget deficit estimate - for both this year and the next ten years.
If the cut were imposed, it would affect the United Nations the most.
During a campaign rally in New Hampshire, the president noted a few billionaire investors are paying rent to the government with their space ventures
Ron Paul weighs in on the inverted yield curve, Federal Reserve policy and government spending.
John Delaney's $2 trillion infrastructure plan calls for an increase to the corporate tax rate.
The Trump administration recently issued a rule that could boot more than 3 million people off of the program.
Taxpayers will save about $2.27 billion thanks to a new rule tightening the rules for visa and green card applications.
NOAA said it increased the chances of an above-normal hurricane season to 45 percent.
The fired deputy director of the Bureau wants taxpayers to foot the bill for his full vested pension.
Funds with more than $1 billion in assets underperformed expectations.
Officials with knowledge of the issue told the Post, however, that $8.3 billion in funding will still go to the island, although it’s unclear when.