“I think all indications are that people are going to get poorer under the Trump administration.”
“I think he will do well because he has a business mindset. He has no loyalty to politicians."
Surprise remarks by the president-elect, which depart from decades of U.S. policy, sent American currency into a tumble.
A claim filed on Wednesday alleges that the bank charged black and Hispanic homeowners higher rates for mortgages, amounting to "tens of millions" of dollars of illegal charges.
In his farewell address, the outgoing president touted his success and offered warnings for the future.
Over two million jobs were created in 2016, but economists believe there’s still room for improvement in 2017.
The president-elect has confirmed his intent to nominate the top Wall Street lawyer for the position.
A CFPB investigation concluded that Transunion and Equifax deceived Americans about the reports they provided and the fees they charged.
City-council members in the nation’s capital are preparing for a final vote on what could be the most expansive parental-leave law in the United States.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says that improving the lives of low-income Americans is a top priority. To do that, the GOP plans to help businesses first.
The president-elect has chosen Andrew Puzder, a vocal critic of minimum-wage hikes and new overtime rules.
Some of the company’s manufacturing jobs are staying in the U.S. instead of moving to Mexico. But at what cost?
In tax filings, the Trump Foundation has apparently indicated that it violated federal rules against “self-dealing,” charities acting to further their leaders’ interests.
Shares are moving higher based on the president-elect’s campaign promises. How long will the positivity last?
A boost for the Democratic candidate’s campaign translated into a surge across financial markets.
In a letter on Sunday, FBI Director James Comey wrote that newly discovered emails do not change the FBI’s prior conclusion that Hillary Clinton should not be charged with a crime.
Colin Powell has reportedly announced that he will back Hillary Clinton for president.
Chicago’s dramatic, title-clinching World Series win garnered ratings reminiscent of the pre-steroids and pre-cord-cutting era.
Technology was supposed to prevent the racism and sexism that pervade the cab industry. But, surprise, it’s not so easy to get rid of discrimination.
The company’s platform lets advertisers exclude people of certain races from seeing their content. That’s a serious problem when it comes to promotions such as housing, credit, and jobs.