A federal government shutdown is almost certain after House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's last-ditch plan to keep the government temporarily open collapsed.
Worker shortages have been frustrating for some employers, who raised their investments in new factories and construction projects after President Joe Biden signed into law funding for infrastructure, computer chips and a shift toward renewable energy sources.
Most of the more than 420 national park units will be off-limits to the public, but the governors of Arizona and Utah vowed to keep some of the most iconic parks open with state funding, including Grand Canyon and Zion National Park.
With a government shutdown approaching, it may have an impact on travel.
The shutdown will begin Sunday if Congress can't enact a funding plan. Some government entities will be exempt, but others will be affected. Social Security checks, for example, will still go out. But federal agencies will stop all actions deemed non-essential.
The House is struggling through a long-shot effort to pass various funding bills with no real chance of finishing by Saturday’s deadline. The stakes are rising with just days remaining before a federal closure.
Congress is in crisis mode with five days to go before a government shutdown.
Bank of America’s minimum hourly pay will become $23 once the North Carolina-based company’s planned increase happens.
The U.S. national debt exceeded $33 trillion on Monday for the first time ever, setting off alarm bells over unprecedented levels of government spending.
The 'biggest issue facing the consumer and the economy is the relentless rise in diesel prices,' an industry analyst warned
Monthly home prices have hit an all-time high in recent weeks, driving down pending home sales by as much as 28%.
Tim Gurner, a multi-millionaire CEO of Gurner Group, a real estate company founded in 2013, said at a conference that COVID-19 created a work culture in which employees' attitudes and work ethic deteriorated.
Gen Z consumers who were living paycheck to paycheck cited nonessential spending as a reason behind their financial hardships.
Even a small shift in mortgage rates could make a big difference to home affordability.
The employees getting laid off represent about 11% of the insurance provider's staff.
U.S. home prices recently faced their sharpest rise since November.
Vacation hotspots across the country saw vacancy rates as high as 20% this summer
Goldman Sachs projects home prices to climb by 1.8% this year amid housing shortage
The continued strength of the U.S. economy could require further interest rate increases, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said.
More Gen Z and millennials are saying “I do…not."