The Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report for January showed a job growth of 227,000 new jobs. On the flip side, government employment dropped by 10,000 jobs.
The Trump administration's move to stop the cut in the FHA home mortgage insurance rate is a good one — if one understands economics.
The ripple effect of business investment in the United States, thanks to the friendly face in the White House, is likely to accelerate.
The latest Rich States, Poor States study from the American Legislative Exchange Council and United Van Lines confirms both logic and history: people move to lower-tax, business-friendly states.
Data from the Treasury Department indicates that the national debt under President Barack Obama grew by about $9 trillion, or an increase of 86 percent.
The success of the Las Vegas SHOT Show may herald gun industry growth to meet increasing demand for self-protection and the relaxing of concealed carry laws.
The oil-producing world has made OPEC nearly irrelevant, but the oil minister from Saudi Arabia hasn't noticed.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced on Sunday that it was investing $1 billion in expanding its plants in Warren, Michigan, and Toledo, Ohio — a move which would result in 2,000 new jobs by 2020
Trump continues to press for new American jobs, this time with the head of Alibaba, a huge online sales company.
Facing its best chance of passage ever under the new GOP-controlled Congress and the incoming Trump administration, wildly popular legislation to open up the Federal Reserve's books, known as “Audit the Fed,” was just re-introduced in the 115th Congress. The bill, sponsored by dozens of lawmakers in the House and the Senate the day it was re-introduced, would force the obsessively secretive and increasingly controversial central bank to submit to a full government audit. But the Fed and its apologists do not plan to allow a real audit without a tough fight.