As the charter of the Export-Import Bank was set to expire Tuesday, supporters warned of economic damage if Congress doesn't act quickly to reauthorize the federal agency when lawmakers return next week from a holiday recess.
The historic gain for women in landing a promised spot on U.S. paper currency stands to be a big loss for one founding father — and his supporters aren't pleased.
To kill the Export-Import Bank, all that House Republican leaders opposing it have to do is let the bank's charter expire Tuesday — and they are leaving Friday for the Fourth of July recess without even holding a vote to reauthorize it.
Americans' wallets burst open in May, producing the biggest spending gain in nearly six years after another strong month of income growth.
The stumble in economic growth in the first quarter of the year wasn't quite as bad as earlier estimated, according to the latest and final revision by the Commerce Department.
Nearly 3 in 10 Americans have no emergency savings, the highest level in five years, according to a new survey.
Federal regulators approved new protections for consumers against unwanted phone calls and text messages, cracking down on a growing number of automatically dialed robocalls that have led to a flood of complaints.
Consumer prices in May had their biggest increase since 2013 as gasoline costs jumped sharply after months of declines, the Labor Department said Thursday.