Earlier this week, President Joe Biden touted the country's economic growth since he took office, but the latest economic data show that progress may not be as sturdy as experts would like.
The bipartisan infrastructure bill failed a procedural vote in the Senate as both sides look to go back the negotiating table to finalize details.
More than eight months after the acute polling embarrassment in the 2020 U.S. elections, survey experts examining what went wrong say they have no definitive answers about why polls erred as markedly as they did.
Texas has more than $105 billion in total bond obligations, which represents the third-highest total in the country, according to a new report.
Wyoming suffered overall job and revenue loss during 2021's first quarter, while some smaller sectors like tourism experienced growth, according to a recent economic report.
While the COVID-19 vaccines currently available in the U.S. have been proved to be safe and effective, recent reports of rare side effects have raised concerns
Some lawmakers in Washington are trying to overhaul how inheritances are taxed, and it could be devastating to New Mexico's family farms and ranches.
Northern California has some of the strongest offshore winds in the U.S., with immense potential to produce clean energy. But it has a problem.
"In God We Trust" became the national motto 65 years ago this month. But over the past few years a string of bills and city ordinances has sought to expand its usage and presence.
What if there was a way for pain patients to get all the pain-relieving power of opioids with none of the addicting side effects?