As the average age of farmers continues to grow, farmers worry about replacing the next generation of food producers when many struggle to afford land and farm equipment.
The City of Minneapolis is considering a minimum wage for rideshare drivers while some states have already passed legislation setting a minimum wage for app-based workers.
Tiny home advocates are looking to alleviate the housing crisis that is impacting more than 70% of Americans by pushing for construction of the trendy spaces across the country.
A new study found higher use of social media is associated with poorer well-being and Gen Z – who reports the most negative impact from social media – uses it the most.
Gen Z isn’t just into nostalgia for fashion. Shoppers are using cash for more purchases this year than any other generation, and more than half say it’s to save money.
The 'right to repair' laws will make it easier and cheaper for consumers to fix their electronics, but advocates say while it may be a win, some businesses hope for a federal fix.
Some financial analyst worry that the commercial real estate industry is in danger due to the increase of vacant office space with the rise of remote work.
The Department of Homeland Security says nearly 300,000 Ukrainian refugees now call America home a year after Russia's invasion. Many work long hours to send money back to family.
A new Apple feature is setting off false 911 calls. Crash detection is intended to call authorities when a user is in an accident, but is triggering even in a simple ski crash.