Another big fight is brewing over the U.S. debt ceiling, which is a statutory limit on how much the government can borrow to pay its bills.
Thanks to a roaring economy, plunging joblessness and a consumer spending spree, it probably won't come as a surprise that the COVID-19 recession is officially over.
As more federal data show a major spike in inflation, another top federal official said the U.S. is in for more aggressive inflation for the rest of 2021.
Newly released federal data showed a major spike in consumer prices, worrying experts about the continued rise of inflation.
Fewer Colorado small businesses reported experiencing negative effects from the pandemic than the national average, according to the latest survey from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Across the country, states got huge infusions of cash from the federal government to help them deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A study of federal relief spending details how significant of an impact the first deployment of American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds will be for Wyoming.
Colorado's public pension system's unfunded debt went up $1.2 billion last year despite a 17.4% rate of return on investments, according to a recently released report.
Colorado's economy is recovering faster than expected, according to state economic forecasts.
The federal government released more data Tuesday that showed rising inflation, alarming economists and casting more doubt on hopes of a post-COVID economic boom.