Only 16% of Americans say Biden has helped the middle-class
A new poll published Wednesday by Monmouth University found that most Americans believe President Biden's economic policies have not helped their families.
Elizabeth Warren rallies donors as Marine veteran, crypto attorney John Deaton announces Senate challenge
John Deaton, a crypto attorney and U.S. Marine veteran, on Tuesday announced that he would seek to unseat Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Some student loan borrowers are boycotting payments, but the risk is high: survey
Six in 10 student loan borrowers have missed payments since the student loan payment pause ended in October after a 42-month payment and interest accrual pause, a recent Intelligent.com survey said.
Starbucks accused by labor coalition of 'broken' union strategy
The Strategic Organizing Center, a coalition of labor unions, is claiming that Starbucks has lost its way when it comes to dealing with its multi-yearlong battle with labor issues.
Putin's net worth 'rivals Elon Musk,' but 'cobweb' of bank accounts, assets hides his full value, expert says
Vladimir Putin's net worth could be as high as $200 billion with assets including a $1.4 billion palace estate dubbed "the new Versailles," a 250-foot yacht and a 750 acre forest compound.
DoorDash says data shows Seattle pay rules have caused 'unprecedented drop' in business
DoorDash said that it has seen an "unprecedented drop in order volume" in Seattle since the city council's minimum pay law for app workers took effect in January.
Why Walmart is buying smart-TV maker Vizio
Walmart announced Tuesday it is buying smart-TV maker Vizio in a $2.3 billion acquisition aimed at boosting the retailer's growing advertising business.
Over half of workers told to come in the office are currently or plan to look for a new job this year: Report
Over 50% who have been told by employers to work in the office are currently or planning on looking for a new job this year, per a recent report.
American Airlines raises checked luggage fees
Many people flying with American Airlines will have to fork over more money to check their bags due to fee increases rolled out Tuesday by the company.
Armed thieves in NYC steal $51K in Gucci items: video
Two men and one woman robbed a Gucci store in New York City on Monday, brandishing a gun and making off with over $51,000 in merchandise, law enforcement officials say.
Starbucks introduces new pork-flavored latte
Starbucks is offering a new pork-flavored latte to mark the Lunar New Year in China, which features the savory ingredient both as a sauce and a garnish.
Existing housing supply builds as homeowners with sub 6% mortgage rates return
The share of mortgages with a rate below 6% has fallen from last year's record high, indicating that some homeowners have given up their lower rate to move, according to a recent Redfin report.
Vendors charging Massachusetts taxpayers $64 a day to feed each illegal immigrant: report
Massachusetts taxpayers are on the hook for $64 per day to feed each illegal immigrant as the cost of the migrant crisis is expected to hit $1 billion.
NY village 'losing its soul' as nation's oldest gun manufacturer flees blue state for Georgia
America's oldest gun manufacture, Remington, will officially move out of its longtime location in New York to Georgia, which locals are lamenting.
Boston-bound flight from San Francisco forced to divert to Denver after plane's wing came apart midair
A Boston-bound commercial flight from San Francisco was forced to divert to Denver after passengers noticed the plane's wing was falling apart.
Florida, Texas rank as top destinations for relocating businesses
A report published by the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank found that Florida and Texas were the top destinations for businesses relocating from other states.
Retired nurse faces ‘difficult’ reality of returning back to work to make ends meet
Retired nurse Joyce Fleming details why she decided to return to the workforce, pointing to high prices and shrinking savings on 'Fox & Friends.'
Jeff Bezos, amid a busy 12 months, is selling a bunch of Amazon stock
Jeff Bezos has been busy this month selling a massive amount of Amazon stock. The sales have involved nearly 36 million shares to date, according to SEC filings.
Elon Musk's SpaceX deepening ties to US intelligence, military agencies
The U.S. security establishment is deepening its ties with Elon Musk's SpaceX, awarding the company with billions of dollars in classified contracts.
First Neuralink patient able to control mouse with thoughts: Elon Musk
Neuralink founder Elon Musk said the first human patient to receive one of the company's N1 brain chips appears to have made a full recovery and can control a mouse with their thoughts.
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