Foreign U.S. debt buyers are as enthused by the Trump agenda as much as domestic equity buyers are.
With acute officer shortages and overtime limits, nurses and other unprepared staff are forced to fill in for prison guards, USA Today reports.
Trump has waffled on whether or not to mainly fund a $1.5 trillion infrastructure overhaul with state and private money.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on the Senate negotiating a two-year government spending deal of $300 billion including increasing the military budget as well as other government programs.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is gradually moving toward becoming less aggressive in its role as a watchdog.
President Trump's State of the Union speech followed the conventions of past speeches and did not touch any major issues he faces, USA Today reports.
Sen. Mitch McConnell plans to bring an immigration bill to the Senate for debate if an immigration deal isn't reached by February 8.
The Children's Health Insurance Program became a bargaining chip in larger negotiations over the federal budget & immigration, Vox reports.
It could be several days before the full impact of the government shutdown is fully felt by the public.
Trump's interior secretary was criticized for backing a plan to open up public lands to fossil-fuel exploration, The New York times reports.
California has potential to be America's largest cannabis market - and with Sessions' actions, one of the most under-served.
The special edition Yevo 1 earbuds come at a steep markup and help fund efforts to get illegal weapons off the streets.
Dow Jones reported Monday evening that lawmakers had been briefed about the apparent destruction of the secretive payload - code-named Zuma.
After launching Zuma into orbit, SpaceX successfully landed its Falcon 9 rocket back on Earth.
In functional arenas from room-letting to transportation to commerce, persons will be increasingly subject to corporate, rather than democratic, control.
Social safety-net programs like Social Security comprise the largest federal expenditures.
Research: Trade school, not a bachelor's degree, may be better for workers displaced by artificial intelligence and technology.
Twenty veterans a day take their lives, says David Shulkin, Veterans Affairs secretary talking about the launch of the agency's suicide prevention campaign, "Be There."
Financial advisor Carolyn McClanahan believes there are commonsense solutions to our health-care woes, but politicians are blocking them.
Tax reform would eliminate deductions for medical expenses, de-incentivizing self-funding of health care, pushing migration to Medicaid.