The U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming decision on gerrymandering could have a major impact on future U.S. elections. But will it really change anything?
Turning back the clock is always a popular idea in the country, as President Donald Trump’s election demonstrated.
In calls with analysts, 61% of companies warned that the strong dollar is a cause of concern. CEOs might be trying to manage expectations.
There was some good news in the Congressional Budget Office’s report last week. But the report seems to be using optimistic assumptions.
Where we are getting our energy has changed dramatically over the years, and that is creating an incredible opportunity for investors…
A poll of economists tells us to expect a pretty good unemployment report this Friday. But other government data tell us to look for weak jobs data.
As we gather to celebrate Independence Day, former Congressman Bob Bauman examines past events that divided the nation.
It is possible there are no problems below the surface of the European banking system. But the large bank failures are warning that all is not well.
There’s no doubt our economy is just sputtering along, which isn’t necessarily bad. But the fact it continuously fails to live up to set assumptions is problematic.