A radical proposal could be the answer to securing Americans' financial futures, and a new study shows that the most effective way to convince people of something is through charts.
In the United States—the richest country in human history—the 140 million people who live on or below the poverty line are screaming for justice.
After the president announces a 25 percent tariff on up to $50 billion in Chinese imports, set to take effect July 6, Beijing's commerce ministry says it will retaliate with penalties of the same scale on American goods.
A study by the National Low Income Housing Coalition finds that the average worker would have to put in 122 hours per week to afford a two-bedroom apartment at the national fair market rent.
Comcast is likely to bid for Fox's entertainment business as early as Wednesday now that a federal judge has cleared AT&T's $85 billion takeover of Time Warner.
A tax on large companies such as Amazon, which was meant to fight a growing homelessness crisis, gets rolled back during a raucous Seattle City Council meeting.
The $85 billion mega-merger could usher in a wave of media consolidation while shaping how much consumers pay for streaming TV and movies.
The suit, the first to target company executives, alleges that Purdue Pharma misled doctors and patients about risks and "peddled falsehoods" to sell more drugs and boost profits.
The quick surrender—just a month after the City Council voted unanimously on the measure—shows the power of Amazon to rally opposition and aggressively push back on taxes at all levels of government.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announces sanctions on five Russian companies and three executives, alleging they were working "at the behest of the Russian Federation."