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Citi Bike has the largest fleet of bikes of any bike-share program in the country, and last year riders took 14 million trips.
Tax revenue from Uganda's gambling industry has shot up by more than 4,500 percent since 2003.
The world's oil exporters have renewed their agreement to cut oil production for another nine months.
Even fast-food workers are signing noncompete clauses and confidentiality agreements. But at what cost?
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with CNN's Maggie Lake about the decision, which changed the country's outlook from stable to negative.
The $4.1 trillion spending plan seeks to eliminate the deficit in a decade but proposes cutting programs ranging from Medicaid to food stamps to disability payments.
The President’s budget is out. Though the rollout is quiet, the impacts would be huge. $800 billion slashed from Medicaid for starters. We’ll take a look.
Activists are trying to create a community land trust in Chinatown in an effort to preserve affordable housing. But Chinatown couldn't be any more different than the original community land trust in Boston.
Former top White House counterterrorism adviser Richard Clarke joins us to talk Russia, cyber security, more threats headed our way – and what we can do to stop them.
After announcing last week that it will lay off 10 percent of its salaried employees, Ford announced Monday that Jim Hackett will take over from Mark Fields as CEO.
The U.S. territory filed for a type of bankruptcy earlier this month, saddled with $123 billion in debt obligations.
The president is abroad while political storms brew at home. We’ll look at how President Trump is faring on the world stage.
Our National Monuments are under review -- why does it matter?
The Dow had its worst day since September on Wednesday, with many investors proclaiming the "Trump bump" officially over.
The state unemployment rate, up from 3.6 percent in March, has risen each month since hitting a low of 2.9 percent in November.
According to economists at MIT and Boston University, every industrial robot leads to as many as six lost jobs.
The cuts will reportedly impact salaried employees, and it's not clear if factory workers in the U.S. would be affected.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks about the administration's plan with Ray LaHood, who served as transportation secretary under former President Obama.
Spilka, chair of the Senate Ways and Means Committee, says the proposed budget totals about $40.7 billion.
New analysis finds that the average base pay for students graduating this year is higher than it's been for recent grads in a decade.