On Feb. 5, The Washington Times reported millions worth of taxpayer funds was being wasted by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
On Tuesday, President Obama stressed that the economy was back on track and the “shadow of crisis” had passed. However, there are some numbers he forgot to mention in his State of the Union address.
The economy grew at annual rate of 3.5 percent during the third quarter, up .5 percent from what economists were predicting.
Today’s Top 5 Things To Know takes a closer look at the new Census data, which highlights the median household and income poverty levels for 2013.
Yesterday, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released their update to the forecast of the nation’s fiscal situation over the next decade. Today’s Breaking it Down will take a closer look at the CBO’s findings.
Janet Yellen is concerned about the increase in part-time employees; Obamacare may be the cause.
This summer’s jobs reports have seemed promising. So, why is food stamp enrollment higher than it was at the height of the Great Recession?
A new study found that Cash For Clunkers hurt the industry it was supposed to help by reducing auto manufacturer industry revenues by $3 billion.
On Tuesday, the Treasury Department released its monthly budget statement, which showed a $94.59 billion deficit in July.
New Report shows jobs gained during the recovery from the Great Recession pay an average 23% less than the jobs lost, resulting in a estimated $93 billion in lost wages.