The October jobs report is the last before Election Day.
As the value of the U.S. dollar soars, other currencies around the world are sinking by comparison.
New U.K. Treasury chief Jeremy Hunt has reversed most of an economic package announced by the government just weeks ago, including a planned cut in income taxes.
Erik Brynjolfsson, director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, discusses how technology and artificial intelligence may be taking away jobs but they're also creating them.
Despite rising income levels, the U.S. ranking continues to fall on the UN’s World Happiness list. The happiest country on the list? Finland.
The economist had faced a racist smear campaign from Republicans.
The new Biden administration commitment brings U.S. humanitarian assistance for Afghanistan to more than $780 million since the chaotic ending of the 20-year-old war in August.
The former Labor Department chief economist says the think tank isn’t done burying the idea that "people are paid what they're quote-unquote worth."
Economists are comfortable with a big national debt. Why isn't Congress?
The president is paying a political price for pursuing conventional Republican economic policies.