Former OMB Director Mick Mulvaney argued the Biden administration’s policies are making inflation worse.
The Biden administration on Friday unveiled plans to expand aid for homeowners with government-backed mortgages, an effort to stave off a wave of foreclosures for Americans who fell behind on payments during the coronavirus pandemic.
Wealth Consulting Group CEO Jimmy Lee discusses market headwinds on FOX Business' "Mornings with Maria."
U.S. economic growth faltered slightly in June compared with the previous month, according to new data released Thursday by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
President Biden will host a meeting with business and labor leaders at the White House on Thursday afternoon to discuss the bipartisan infrastructure framework after a temporary setback for the $1.2 trillion measure when Senate Republicans sunk a key procedural vote.
President Biden on Wednesday again downplayed concerns about the recent burst of inflation, maintaining that surging consumers prices are temporary even as he cautioned that restaurants and other businesses in the hospitality sector could take longer to recover from the pandemic.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday stood by her earlier demand that the House will not vote on the bipartisan infrastructure deal until the Senate also passes a sweeping, multitrillion-dollar spending package using budget reconciliation.
Former Reagan economist Art Laffer discusses how President Biden's spending plans impact the U.S. economy.
Woodshaw Financial Group Principal D.R. Barton told FOX Business' Stuart Varney on "Varney & Co." Thursday that the "next market move is going to be up."
The number of Americans filing for first-time jobless benefits last week unexpectedly rose from pandemic-era lows.
Insured losses from natural disasters hit a 10-year high of $42 billion in the first half of 2021, with the biggest loss related to extreme cold in the United States in February, insurance broker Aon said on Wednesday.
Rep. Vicente Gonzalez, D-Texas, doubled down on his comments that employment had rebounded to pre-pandemic levels and that the economy is "wide open," despite the devastating impact of the Biden administration’s southern border closure on his district’s small businesses.
State and local officials distributed $1.5 billion in rental assistance last month, the Treasury Department said Wednesday, as the government struggles to deliver the money before an eviction moratorium expires at the end of July.
President Biden on Tuesday announced that he had picked Google critic Jonathan Kanter to run the Justice Department's antitrust division, building out his team of Big Tech enforcers as the White House takes an aggressive stance against anti-competitive corporate behavior.
A new analysis published this week shows that Democrats' reconciliation measure may cost $2 trillion more than expected.