In Ohio, where companies like FirstEnergy and Goodyear pay no federal corporate taxes, Democrats haven't figured out how to leverage anxiety over income inequality.
You almost have to respect a take so bad it's deleted within a half hour from when it was sent.
"There are now signs that this bedrock of our democracies and economic growth is not as stable as in the past," says a new report.
Elizabeth Warren doesn’t like to talk about it, but for years she was a registered Republican. Why she left the GOP—and what it means for her campaign.
Should you pay off your loans faster or start putting money in the market?
President Trump cannot close the entire border with Mexico, as he claims. But even a partial closure of major U.S. entry points could disrupt billions of dollars in cross-border trade and create political chaos in states that Trump needs for reelection.
After 40 years of futile efforts to revive them, the question of how to help America's most disadvantaged cities continues to bedevil us.
Instead of examining Elizabeth Holmes's personality, look at the people and systems that aided the company's rise.
Among the 23 percent of adults — or nearly one in four — who spent the year in a celibate state, a much larger than expected number of them were twentysomething men.
According to the 2019 World Happiness Report, Finland is the happiest country in the world, followed by Denmark and Norway. The US dropped from 18th place to 19th this year.
We didn't fully understand what "runaway inflation" meant until we saw what happened in Bolivia in 1984.
The extension the center fielder is reportedly close to finalizing with the Angels will shatter records, but it doesn't come close to compensating him appropriately for his on-field performance.
Trump overwhelmingly won in small towns and rural areas. Here's why that might be changing.
Businesses from American Airlines to American Apparel have filed for Chapter 11. Why haven't they closed?
Economists are trying to understand the steady decline of non-college-educated men in the labor market.
Logging and sightseeing transportation were hit hard, but professional design services and computer manufacturing are up.
A growing body of research in psychology and neuroscience suggests that believing in meritocracy makes people more selfish, less self-critical and even more prone to acting in discriminatory ways
A new study finds that suburban neighborhoods outperform urban ones across the board.
In 2080, less than a generation from now, the world is on track to hit a crucial geological milestone: the largest metal reserves will no longer be below ground.
Protect yourself (and your wallet) from the retail giants.
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