New analysis from the Brookings Institution suggests that transitioning to clean energy sources could open up a range of high-paying career paths.
If passed, New York would become the third major American city to ban the sale of fur. Industry advocates argue the ban will trigger the loss of more than a thousand jobs.
The severe flooding that inundated Nebraska last month washed away fields, bridges, and roads. But did it change minds about climate change?
The IRS budget has been cut 17% since 2010, even as the tax code has grown more complicated. Enforcement and customer service are strained.
Tiger Woods reacts as he wins the Masters golf tournament April 14, 2019, in Augusta, Ga.
President Donald Trump has beefed up border security, but with inspectors assigned elsewhere, trucks crossing into the U.S. with goods from Mexico for stores, manufacturers, and construction sites face long lines.
With friendly names like “Charlie,” the latest financial apps use algorithms to analyze spending habits and give advice. But they’re not a panacea.
Capitalism or socialism? At a Monitor Breakfast Wednesday, Larry Kudlow defended capitalism as the best path to prosperity for all.
The crash of Boeing 737 Max jetliners in Indonesia and Ethiopia have prompted reviews not just of the airplane but of regulators’ approval process.
Over the past decade, nearly a fourth of U.S. rural counties have seen a sharp increase in households spending half or more of their income on housing. Since the Great Recession, loss of high-paying jobs have hit rural regions’ clusters of coal-dependent counties especially hard.
A tax-refund initiative in Atlanta showcases a type of welfare program that can reduce poverty without discouraging work.
Black lawmakers from New York to Georgia threaten to block marijuana legalization unless there are concessions for drug-war scarred neighborhoods.
From tariffs on lobsters to duties on the steel in lobster traps, here’s how one U.S. industry is affected by trade tension with China and Europe.
All corporate-owned Blockbusters shuttered after the business belly-upped in 2010. The success of the last store of its kind in Oregon has thrived on Gen X nostalgia with its ailing dot-matrix printer and computer system run on floppy disks.
The push for regulating America’s largest tech firms is about more than Facebook. It’s about a world coming to terms with how information shapes people’s lives.