Stocks continue winning streak amid protests
Stocks continued winning streak, despite widespread protest and continued unrest around the country.
Anarchy Breaks Out in New York City
The hours before the 11 p.m. curfew in New York City were characterized by chaos and crime.
U.S. savings rate hits record 33% as coronavirus causes Americans to stockpile cash, curb spending
The personal savings rate hit a historic 33% in April, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis said Friday.
Over 2.1M Americans filed for unemployment last week, pushing total job losses to 40M from coronavirus lockdown
Economists surveyed by Refinitiv expected 2.1 million Americans filed for first-time jobless benefits last week.
Markets open with big gain as traders return to the NYSE floor and reopening efforts ramp up
The Dow rose more than 600 points Tuesday morning.
Stocks turn slightly higher early Thursday after weekly jobless claims, final earnings reports, and rising China tensions
U.S. stocks were lower midday Thursday as investors digested a fresh round of corporate results and economic data, including a report that sh
Poll: 78% Of Americans Are Willing To Pay More For Non-China Made Products
40% won’t buy anything from China now.
Trump announces $19B to farmers, ranchers to 'maintain the health' of the food supply chain amid coronavirus
President Trump announced a $19 billion coronavirus food assistance program to support farmers and ranchers.
Fed Chair Warns Economy May Not Fully Rebound Until End of 2021, Could Require a Vaccine
Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell warned in an interview released on Sunday that a full economic rebound following the coronavirus pande
Where Does the Money Go? Where Should It?
The Cuomo–Scott cage match replicates the American debate in miniature.
America's debt threatens our national security
As the coronavirus and the ensuing lockdown hits the American economy, Congress has passed over $2.7 trillion in the stimulus.
Retail sales dropped more than 16 percent in April as coronavirus seized economy
U.S. retail sales plunged more than 16 percent in April as COVID-19 and the measures to contain it closed thousands of stores across the coun
What The Coronacrisis Tells Us About Marriage
As the economy continues to reel and some industries may take time to come back, now is not the time to think small
White House economic adviser says unemployment rate could rise to 20% in May
Top Trump economic adviser Kevin Hassett estimates that next month's unemployment rate could go even higher, possibly hitting "around 20%."
Texas salon owner gets 7 days in jail for reopening
A Dallas County judge offered Shelley Luther, the owner of Salon a la Mode, a deal — apologize for being selfish for having her salon open wh
Minnesota has more COVID-19 deaths than non-lockdown neighbors, more unemployment than New York
Imagine taking a non-hot spot for coronavirus, locking down the people, achieving a worse outcome than surrounding states that didn’t lock do
Horowitz: Where is the authority of a governor to suspend all civil rights indefinitely?
The Constitution, Bill of Rights, and various state declarations of rights don’t change.
Horowitz: Liberal governors publish plan to reopen society … never
The plan to reopen our lives and economy posted earlier this week by a group of liberal governors creates enough unrealistic benchmarks that
Compared To FDR, President Trump Is A Crisis-Time Civil Liberties Champion
Has President Donald Trump, by encouraging governors to close much of the American economy, gone too far? Is the Constitution in jeopardy?
Anti-Lockdown Protests Spread Across America
Spurred by growing lockdown fatigue, more Americans took to the streets over the weekend as leaders try to ride the line between protecting p