The Federal Reserve signaled that it's prepared to start cutting rates if needed to protect the U.S. economy from trade conflicts and other threats.
By Richard Eisenberg
Individual giving fell 3.4% in 2018 when adjusted for inflation, the first time that number had declined since 2013.
By Dake Kang, Yanan Wang, Associated Press
Huawei is embroiled in an ongoing trade dispute between China and the U.S., which has accused Chinese companies such as Huawei of committing forced technology transfers and stealing trade secrets.
By Philip Moeller
Anna Landre, a college student who lives with spinal muscular atrophy, found herself fighting another battle when her insurer informed her they were reducing the number of hours they would cover for her health aide.
Whites in the U.S. have much greater household and individual wealth than blacks and other minorities. In fact, the typical black household has about 10 cents for every dollar of wealth in a typical white household. Some economists and politicians…
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Vice President Mike Pence is on a quiet mission to advance the administration's top legislative priority for the year — the troubled trade deal — and, with it, just maybe hold together the fraying Republican coalition ahead of the next…
By Paul Wiseman, Steve Peoples, Associated Press
Business groups, already uncomfortable with Trump's attempts to stem immigration, are struggling to figure out where to stand in the fast-shifting political climate.
By Tom Krisher, Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
In tweets Tuesday, President Donald Trump exaggerated how much of the auto industry had moved to Mexico and inaccurately asserted that if he imposed a tax of 25 percent on all Mexican goods, all the automaker jobs would immediately return…
By Tali Arbel, Mae Anderson, Associated Press
The group of state attorneys general who filed the federal lawsuit said the promised benefits, such as better networks in rural areas and faster service overall, cannot be verified, while eliminating a major wireless company will immediately harm consumers.
By Damian J. Troise, Alex Veiga, Associated Press
Some trade jitters eased a bit Monday, at least in regard to the trade spat between the U.S. and Mexico.
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