- 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
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- U.S. money market assets decreased in latest week: iMoneyNet
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- Ackman says hedge fund up 27% year to date, dumped Berkshire
22.09.2020 Dems' 'disgraceful' attacks on Amy Coney Barrett show what they think about women, Christians: Sarah
Democrats are already going down a “disgraceful” path against Judge Amy Coney Barrett, who sources say is the potential frontrunner to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat left following the death of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said on Tuesday.
Deaths from COVID-19 in the U.S. reach 200,000 as authorities across the country continue to struggle to curb its spread.
22.09.2020 How would court packing work?
What to know about "court packing."
Holding a consistent edge in the polls over President Trump with a month and a half to go until Election Day in November, Joe Biden’s sticking to his game plan of slamming the president over the coronavirus pandemic and the economy.
Governor Andrew Bailey suggests that some sectors may benefit from further targeted help.
The senator, who voted to remove Trump from office earlier this year, said he would evaluate a Trump nominee based on her qualifications.
President Trump on Tuesday told the United Nations that it must hold China accountable for its failure to contain the coronavirus in the early days of the pandemic -- and declared the World Health Organization "controlled" by Beijing.
22.09.2020 Ted Cruz says Senate Republicans will have votes to confirm Trump’s Supreme Court nominee before e
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, appeared on Fox News Monday night to press the importance of filling the Supreme Court vacancy after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.
22.09.2020 Philadelphia election official urges GOP state legislature to outlaw secrecy envelopes for mail-in b
Top election officials in Philadelphia are urging the GOP-controlled state legislature to do away with secrecy envelopes required for so-called naked ballots-- mailed in by absentee voters-- warning that if they don't take action, more than an estimated 100,000 ballots statewide could go uncounted in the upcoming elections.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Monday refused to say whether he supports growing calls from his party to add more members to the Supreme Court if he wins the Nov. 3 election.
A political action committee set up over the summer to endorse pro-cop candidates in the face of left-wing calls to defund the police is now endorsing dozens of local and state candidates across the country -- and announcing that it has raised close to $1 million as part of its efforts to get them elected.
The B&Q owner's profits soar after home improvements boom during the coronavirus lockdown.
President Trump tweeted Tuesday morning that he'll announce his choice for the Supreme Court this coming Saturday at the White House.
A leading director or football has strongly defended his club's decision not to take a knee before games.
All four of the women were nominated to their current posts on the federal appeals courts by Trump.
22.09.2020 Rep. Collins says his constitutional amendment on court packing would take 'heat of the moment' out
Democrats “just want to change the rules if they don't get what they want,” Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., told “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday as he discussed his plans to introduce a constitutional amendment against packing the Supreme Court.
Utilities nationwide and throughout California are warning customers to ignore fraudulent calls threatening a service shutdown if you don't pay some cash.
The low numbers of COVID-19 cases in Orange County's Little Saigon are tied to cultural habits and consistent behavior.
The Trump campaign is keeping pressure on Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to release a list of potential Supreme Court nominees should he be elected president in November, saying the former vice president is “hiding” the “radical leftists” he would appoint to the high court from the American people.
Excuses abound as to why California can't bring more homeless people off the streets. In Bakersfield, a hospital blocked the use of a motel for housing.
- 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