U.S.businesses are failing at a faster rate than new ones are being created, suggesting that genuine economic recovery may still be far off.

Bruce Rauner, Illinois’ new Republican governor, was inaugurated on Monday and is facing a daunting task: a $4 billion backlog of unpaid bills and a budget showing deficits approaching $21 billion in three years unless something is done.

With the number of subprime auto loans increasingly dramatically and defaults increasing apace, will the country's gains in GDP take a tumble when this bubble bursts?

Taxes matter, and when escape is possible from high-tax areas such as New Jersey, escapes occur.

Under cap and trade, energy costs will skyrocket, and consumers will pay those costs.

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