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2020 Democratic hopeful and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang makes the case for why he should be the next president of the United States.
Stock futures are down as new tariffs on Chinese goods went into effect over the weekend.
ProPublica and Mother Jones reported last year the IT company fired more than 20,000 workers over the age of 40.
The Cambridge-based pharmaceutical giant is seeking to add the biotech company, which has been pursuing treatments for type 1 diabetes, to its portfolio.
There are robots roaming the aisles of Walmart and other grocery stores. Monitoring inventory, cleaning up spills and potentially replacing workers.
Lodging and beach visit numbers are down on the famous vacation destination.
The bottom half of U.S. households have only just recovered the wealth they lost in the 2008 recession.
ABC News White House Correspondent Karen Travers, POLITICO national reporter Laura Barrón-López and On Point news analyst Jack Beatty discuss the week's top headlines.
In late July, miners in Harlan County blocked a train loaded with more than $1 million worth of coal. Nearly a month later, they’re still there.
Being good corporate citizens may be driven as much by bottom lines as by higher angels, writes Julie Wittes Schlack.
Trade, diplomacy with Iran, the impending Brexit and more issues exposed rifts among the world’s richest democracies.
Derek Thompson explains why rooting for a recession in the hope that it would hurt Trump's re-election bid is a bad idea.
Trump said the U.S. and China will soon begin serious talks on trade as he left the G7 summit on Monday.
Stocks opened higher Monday on news that China wants to come back to the negotiating table, according to Trump.
Jerome Powell said the economy is in a favorable condition, but that the last three weeks have been "eventful."
Dollar stores are popping up across the country and raking in the profits. Critics say it all comes with a cost to the nation's poor. We’re on it.
"A down market is actually a time when I can buy shares of my mutual funds at a lower price," says Fidelity Vice President Katie Taylor.
The federal budget deficit is expected to surpass $1 trillion for the 2020 fiscal year.
The illicit market for pot is hot in some states where weed is legal. We look at why.
Regulators have been working on rules for other ways of buying and selling marijuana, including home delivery and places where people can go to consume marijuana socially.