Inflation is hitting the U.S. at a level unseen in decades, and both cities and small towns are feeling it.
Early heat waves mean more people turning up their air conditioners and using more electricity, which could spark trouble later in the year, an expert warns.
Robocalls are at an all-time high, following a brief downturn during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A semiconductor chip shortage across the U.S. is putting several industries in a tough spot.
Supply chain issues and rising construction costs prove that if you want to build your own dream home, now may not be the right time.
With the rise of remote work, fewer people sent their kids to childcare during the pandemic. Now, with many companies calling employees back to the office some parents are having problems.
From Arizona to Texas to North Carolina, the Sun Belt is becoming a hot spot for business relocation. Companies across America are cutting costs by moving south. And that’s fueling a housing boom in Texas.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the price of diesel has nearly doubled over the past two years, from averaging $2.40 per gallon in 2020, to more than $4.00 dollars per gallon this year.
Two years ago, at the beginning of the pandemic, we saw empty shelves in grocery stores. Now, shelves are full, but prices are higher, and some people say if this is the “new normal” for food costs, they can't keep up.