Revenue growth in most states has erased the losses that occurred during the pandemic.
The number of people filing new unemployment claims spiked last week, the latest economic indicator that's troubling economists.
Some New Mexican ranchers who have suffered damage from growing elk herds are suing the state's Department of Game and Fish for lack of protection and for not allowing them to sell hunting permits.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, the regulatory agency that manages Texas' power grid, said tight grid conditions are expected this week due to high number of forced generation outages
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.
The state of New Mexico is not liable for damages in lost revenue to businesses because of the state's stringent shutdown, the New Mexico Supreme Court has ruled.
The attorney for 117 employees of Houston Methodist suing the hospital over its vaccine mandate vowed to take the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court after a federal judge dismissed their lawsuit.
President Joe Biden reaffirmed the strong U.S. commitment to NATO at the 2021 NATO Summit in Brussels but departed from the previous administration's aggressive push for member nations to contribute more financially.
Record-breaking heat is on the way to the Grand Junction area.