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Should everyone in America receive a “basic income” directly from the federal government? Considering the fact that we are already 20 trillion dollars in debt, such a concept may sound quite foolish to many of you, but this is an idea that is really starting to gain traction in leftist circles.
Ministers from the 11 remaining TPP countries have released a formal statement affirming their intention to move forward with the TPP—despite the absence of the United States, which would have accounted for 60% of the trade agreement’s GDP. The statement was released after a series of frenetic meetings on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Vietnam last weekend.
There was some good news and some not so good news in the Fed's latest annual Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households.
The evidence that the middle class in America is dying continues to mount. As you will see below, nearly half the country would be unable “to cover an unexpected $400 expense”, and about two-thirds of the population lives paycheck to paycheck at least part of the time.
Amtrak is anticipating as many as 44 days of limited service this summer for repairs at Pennsylvania Station in a preliminary plan that appears to favor the national passenger railroad’s needs over those of a half-million daily New York City commuters.
President Donald Trump said he’s actively considering a breakup of giant Wall Street banks, giving a push to efforts to revive a Depression-era law separating consumer and investment banking.
The financial crisis known as the Great Recession took a serious toll on the monetary health of many Americans. The average household lost approximately one-third of its net worth as a result of the financial collapse.
Despite indications earlier Wednesday to the contrary, President Donald Trump agreed not to terminate the NAFTA treaty "at this time" in afternoon phone calls with the leaders of Mexico and Canada, the White House said.
Are you 18-34? Are you still living at your parents house? Not to worry, there are millions others that are doing the exact same. Why? Because no one can afford to move out, this fact alone proves the economy is in shambles.
President Trump’s budget director said Thursday that Republicans might work to raise the debt ceiling using a budget process that prevents Senate filibusters on controversial additions.
New Delhi: Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan today warned of "policy uncertainty" for the world economy due to there being a "bunch of new leaders" who need to prove they are strong, even as he exuded confidence about all large economies doing well.
Young, vulnerable people are being targeted with online classified adverts offering accommodation in exchange for sex, a BBC investigation has found.
All of the discussions surrounding North Korea as of late brings about the question is it propaganda or is the crisis unfolding before our eyes.
Trump ablaze on the campaign trail can be quoted as stating that NAFTA is a disaster; however, now that the new administration has taken the Oval Office by storm, Trump only seeks to make minor changes to the trade deal.
President Donald Trump and GOP leaders enter their next big battle facing stubborn opposition in both parties that increases Republicans’ worries that they will need more Democratic support than previously expected to avert a government shutdown by the end of April.
The Republican-controlled Committee on Oversight and Government Reform approved a bill earlier today to allow for a congressional audit of the Federal Reserve's monetary policy, a proposal Fed policymakers have opposed and likely faces a difficult path to final approval in the Senate.
As global financial markets teeter on the edge of collapse, a report published this morning suggests that the run up in the U.S. dollar may be over.
The United States of America, one of the largest economies in the world, has had enough of being ripped off by our “trading partners.” President Trump took the first action against the horrific deals, starting with the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Are we going to see a dramatic stock market plunge if the effort to get “Obamacare Lite” through the U.S. House of Representatives ultimately fails? On Thursday, a vote on the Republican healthcare bill was postponed once it became clear that there would not be enough votes for it to pass.
It’s that time again; the government is out of money. The debt ceiling deadline has come and gone, and what the government does now could in large part be the biggest test of Trump....
Most Americans do not understand this, but the truth is that the Federal Reserve has far more power over the U.S. economy than anyone else does, and that includes Donald Trump. Politicians tend to get the credit or the blame for how the economy is performing, but in reality it is an unelected, unaccountable panel of central bankers that is running the show, and until something is done about the Fed our long-term economic problems will never be fixed.
Mexico initiated the utter beginnings of a trade war with the US over sugar by canceling exports, Europe and China are also steadily preparing for a collision with the USA over potential tariffs.