Surprise remarks by the president-elect, which depart from decades of U.S. policy, sent American currency into a tumble.
A new program will allow low-income families to purchase goods that they might not have access to locally. But is it a miracle or a mirage?
The world of retail boycotts in a divided United States
Many companies boosted worker pay in order to comply with President Obama’s overtime rule. Now, that rule may never get implemented.
From fortified foods to nutrition labels, the legacy of an early financial crisis lives on in kitchens across the United States.
Trump’s pick to chair the White House Council of Economic Advisers is something of a throwback.
Americans may say they’re seeking out healthier fare, but sales figures tell a different story.
Donald Trump says the global dealmaking of Rex Tillerson, his nominee for secretary of state, is what qualifies him for America’s top diplomatic post. His opponents argue that’s exactly the problem.
A chain helmed by the nominee for labor secretary has unseated Chick-Fil-A as the perfect encapsulation of this cultural moment.
Jim Delligatti—who created the signature sandwich for McDonald’s—died last week. He never got rich from his wildly successful invention.
One lawyer says that she’s seen a tenfold increase in calls, emails, and inquiries to her firm since the election.
Pro football held a game south of the border for the first time since 2005.
Left-leaning economists, Democrats, and Republicans may agree with Donald Trump about the need to rebuild and repair, but how to pay for it is another issue.
Bucking most historical and constitutional precedents, Donald Trump will reject a White House paycheck.
Following Donald Trump’s victory, groups that pledge to fight his proposed policies are seeing record contributions.
A conversation about the election with Chris Arnade, a former Wall Street trader who now chronicles life in working-class American cities and towns
At least 2 million Americans will get raises after ballot measures passed in a handful of states.
A boost for the Democratic candidate’s campaign translated into a surge across financial markets.
Chicago’s dramatic, title-clinching World Series win garnered ratings reminiscent of the pre-steroids and pre-cord-cutting era.
The president’s get-out-the-vote pitch shrewdly invoked a chain with centrist appeal.