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Kavanaugh and his accuser. Florence’s path of destruction. Trade war escalates. We’ll unpack it all with CBS News’ chief White House correspondent Major Garrett.
Steelworkers say they're not benefiting from the industry's rising prices and profits, brought on partly by the Trump administration's tariffs on steel imports.
The drop is fairly small, but Zillow says the overall trend is promising. The rate of rent increases in Greater Boston has been slowing down for the past couple of...
With 5,745 items on the list of Chinese imports to be taxed, a wide range of local businesses could be affected — from science labs to cranberry farmers.
Jay Gonzalez has proposed a 1.6 percent tax on private higher education institutions with endowments greater than $1 billion.
Overall compensation is up. It's just taking the form of better benefits packages, rather than higher base pay.
Our global roundtable returns, with the top news you need to know from around the world.
Last year, typical household incomes grew only sluggishly, the poverty rate stagnated, and the number of people without health insurance actually went up.
China says it will respond with tariffs on $60 billion worth of American goods.
One piece of advice for how to use a credit card wisely? Don't carry a balance, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson.
Residents in the beleaguered coal city of Craig, Colorado, are in an uproar over statements made by Bank of the West that were critical of fossil fuels.
A decade later, what has become of the risky financial instruments and practices that helped trigger the worst financial crisis in almost a century?
Roughly 30 percent of the staff at childcare centers leave each year. That high turnover rate, and slim profit margins, have industry leaders straining to find ways to keep their...
We’ll kick-start the week with the latest news from the hurricane zone, and a panel of reporters share what they’re watching for in the week ahead at home and abroad.
The American lobster industry is starting to feel the impact of China's tariff on U.S. seafood as exporters and dealers cope with sagging prices, new financial pressures and difficulty sending...
The wrath of Hurricane Florence. Pence says he’d take a lie detector test in a heartbeat. Moonves out at CBS. The roundtable dives in.
Anand Giridharadas thinks that changing the world has been co-opted by the rich and that corporate philanthropic projects are unwilling to push for deeper structural changes in society.
When 52-year-old Brian Bousam lost his job at manufacturing company Rexnord last year, he was 12 weeks away from being eligible for a pension.
Before the recession, Leo Murrieta and his family lived in North Las Vegas — in one of the zip codes that would become the hardest hit in the foreclosure crisis.
Also: The state's poverty rate remained virtually unchanged last year.