The U.S. national debt is climbing at a rapid pace, on track to double over the next three decades amid a rush of spending by President Biden and Congress.
Half of loan or financial product applications have been denied since the Federal Reserve started hiking interest rates two years ago, according to a new study.
The Mega Millions jackpot grew to an estimated $650 million for the next drawing after no one matched the winning tickets Friday night.
A U.S. Army employee pleaded guilty to stealing $108 million in Army funds to purchase personal items, including jewelry, clothing, cars and homes.
Strategic Wealth Partners investment strategist Luke Lloyd discusses Biden's touting 'Bidenomics' while Americans struggle with inflation, the impact on artificial intelligence on the markets and possible regulation.
Inflation has fallen considerably from its peak in 2022, but there is one area that continues to eat away at Americans' budgets: expensive grocery prices.
Higher mortgage rates can cost potential homebuyers thousands over the lifetime of the loan. Calculate how steeper rates could affect your monthly payment.
Former Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President and CEO James Bullard discusses how the PCE got its reputation within the Fed and Powell's fight to tame inflation.
Citi is cutting nearly 300 positions across three different units in New York as it continues its sweeping layoff effort to save between $2 billion and $2.5 billion in costs.
Mortgage rates rose for the fourth straight week last week, further dampening the housing market as demand stalls due to elevated rates and high home prices.