- U.S. budget deficit hits all-time high of $864 billion in June
- Homebuilders just saw the strongest June sales since the last housing boom, as pandemic pushes more
- Here are five charts illustrating U.S. economic trends amid the coronavirus pandemic
- Real-time data is showing that the coronavirus is causing 'widespread' economic damage
- Wearing masks is now the most important thing for the economy, Fed's Kaplan says
- Column: What would private equity funds in 401(k)s mean for retirement savers?
- U.S. money market assets decreased in latest week: iMoneyNet
- Column: Spend or hoard? Fate of forced savings could define pandemic recovery - Mike Dolan
- Column: What COVID-19 is teaching us about how to reform Medicare
- Ackman says hedge fund up 27% year to date, dumped Berkshire
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08.08.2020 Letters to the Editor: L.A. County contract tracing has saved lives, but employers need to do more
L.A. County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer defends her department's contact tracing efforts and tells employers they need to report outbreaks.
08.08.2020 Opinion: 'Trump's supporters live in denial' — readers pile on a pro-Trump letter to the editor
A letter that defended President Trump's record as one of "promises made, promises kept" came under intense criticism by other others.
As yet another night of unrest loomed in Portland, Ore., on Friday, President Trump told reporters the federal government could very easily put a stop to it – if only local leaders would seek help.
08.08.2020 Haotong Li 'surprised' to be leading golf major and surprised by questions about President Trump
Chinese golfer Haotong Li hopes to write his own unique piece of history this weekend in San Francisco. But he's also finding it's the letters on his cap that are prompting questions about US President Donald Trump.
08.08.2020 Trump campaign spokeswoman calls Biden 'an empty vessel filled by the radicals' in Democratic Party
The Democrats' presumptive nomination of Joe Biden shows the party has no new ideas and needs "a vessel for the radical social agenda," Trump campaign press communications director Erin Perrine told "Hannity" Friday.
American voters should closely examine presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his "embrace" of China, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told "The Ingraham Angle" Friday.
More than two dozen U.S. senators asked the Justice Department Friday to expand its investigation into Planned Parenthood Federation of America's (PPFA) fetal tissue practices, the latest effort to push the DOJ about an investigation it has mostly kept under wraps since 2017.
California colleges can reopen this fall with limited in-person classes and greatly reduced dorm life, state public health officials said Friday as they issued long-awaited guidance for how campuses can operate amid a surge in COVID-19 cases.
08.08.2020 Matt Schlapp, Charlie Hurt ask, 'Who's going to be in charge of the White House' if Biden falters
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has embraced a "socialist agenda," American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp said Friday on "Hannity," adding he was concerned with who would be aiding Biden if he was elected president.
08.08.2020 Judge issues order shutting down Ventura County church's crowded, unmasked indoor services
A Ventura County Superior Court judge Friday granted a temporary restraining order against Godspeak Calvary Chapel and pastor Rob McCoy, forbidding the church's indoor services and demanding adherence to statewide and local health orders aimed at slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's experience of testing positive for the coronavirus Thursday before testing negative in a follow-up test "certainly scared me," the Republican told "Your World" Friday.
Can students safely return to campus during the coronavirus pandemic? Parents are anxious.
Judge David O. Carter, who has ruled that local agencies must clear homeless people from encampments alongside freeways, holds a hearing at City Hall — a reflection of how a legal case has made its presence felt in L.A. politics.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is a "career offender as it relates to racially curious comments," former House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy said on "The Five" Friday.
Kanye West’s campaign has fallen short of meeting the minimum number of valid signatures needed to make the ballot in Illinois, local news outlet WTTW first reported Friday evening.
08.08.2020 Christie slams NJ Gov. Murphy for 'outrageous,' 'monumental' mistake in coronavirus response
New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy made an "outrageous" and "monumental" mistake by requiring state nursing homes to take in coronavirus patients, his predecessor Chris Christie told Fox News Radio's "Guy Benson Show" Friday.
While a far cry from the record 32 deaths reported Thursday, Friday's seven additional fatalities demonstrate that the coronavirus is continuing to take a toll even as officials weigh reopening some schools for in-person instruction.
08.08.2020 Trump says coronavirus relief executive order could come by the end of the week 'if Democrats contin
President Trump threatened to take coronavirus relief into his own hands “if Democrats continue to hold relief hostage.”
It's critically important that schools have a solid plan in place for testing, contact tracing, quarantine and treatment.
- Iran foreign minister: An 'agreeable solution' possible for IAEA inspection request
- Colombian army frees two foreigners held by FARC dissidents
- Brazil education minister steps down, heading to World Bank
- New French coronavirus deaths steady, infections creep up
- U.S. sanctions Mexican firms, individuals over links to Venezuela