The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate lays down the rap of his ardent hip-hop supporter.
A whistleblower apparently contacted House Democrats this summer about potentially "inappropriate efforts to influence" an audit of the president.
The estimated costs would wipe out nearly all of the tax breaks from Trump's 2017 tax overhaul.
Larry Kudlow and Pete Navarro took to the airwaves to assure the American public that there will be no recession even after a glum week for the stock market.
An economic downturn would be a devastating blow to Trump, who made the economy his central argument for a second term.
Single women can lose out on benefits that married colleagues enjoy at work.
Notorious credit-monitoring companies might be able to weasel their way into the mortgage industry.
President Donald Trump is using goats to get a tax break at his Bedminster golf course.
Todd and Julie Chrisley have been indicted on multiple counts of conspiracy, bank fraud, wire fraud and tax evasion.
The Democratic senator and 2020 presidential candidate released a plan aimed at reducing gun deaths by 80%.
The ride-share's giant has yet to make a profit since its founding.
The law would require Trump to release his tax returns in order to appear on the state's primary ballot next year.
Sen. Bernie Sanders says he disagrees with fellow presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who argues that wiping out 100% of student debt would actually increase the wealth gap.
GateHouse Media announced it is buying USA Today owner Gannett Co. for about $1.4 billion, which would make it the largest U.S. newspaper company by far.
We were trying to fit into a life that I don’t believe was designed for us.
The deal increases the debt ceiling and lowers the chances of a government shutdown later this year. But it does nothing to address rapidly rising deficits.
There's a chance your family could be on the hook for it.
The judgment of women and people of color at work is still being discounted.
It could be too late by the time you need to have it.
Under the law, presidential candidates will need to release their tax returns in order to appear on the California primary ballot.