As inflation increases prices on everything from groceries to energy, these are the ten U.S. states where a dollar goes the furthest.
Covid showed that letting employees work remotely does not necessarily result in a loss of productivity. These states are the best work from home locations.
Here in the heartland, costs are low and infrastructure solid. But economic growth was slowing even before the pandemic.
Supporters of outgoing Republican President Donald Trump protest at statehouses across the U.S. on Wednesday.
Several cities in the U.S. are paying remote workers to move there now that remote work has taken off during the pandemic. Here's why that plan is working.
More than 79 million Americans have voted in the 2020 presidential election with six days until Election Day, according to the U.S. Elections Project. Key states Texas and Florida have seen record high voter turnout so far. Young voters, who tend to vote in person and later in the election season, will be a group to watch as Nov. 3 approaches.
Americans for Prosperity Action, a super PAC that's part of the larger Koch network, is backing Republican physician and congressman Roger Marshall in a state that's historically been a GOP stronghold.
New cases are up by at least five percent, based on a seven-day average, in 26 states as of Sunday, compared with just 12 states a week ago. Many of the recently growing outbreaks across the country are occurring in Midwestern states, including Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio and the Dakotas. New cases nationwide have been steadily falling for more than a month, but they now appear to be flattening out at over 40,000 new cases per day.
Primaries set key Senate races in Arizona and Michigan, while Missouri approved Medicaid expansion and Cori Bush defeated Rep. Lacy Clay.
Spirit Aerosystems, the largest employer in Kansas and maker of Boeing parts, announced it would no longer produce parts for the 737 Max effective this week. Sen. Jerry Moran (R—Kan.) spoke with President Trump about what the administration can do to help those employed by the aerospace manufacturer. He joins "Squawk Box" to discuss.
White Castle is a fast-food chain with a small footprint in the Midwest and Northeast. It's famous for its small, cheap hamburger sliders. It's widely considered to be the first hamburger fast-food chain in the United States. Almost a century later, White Castle isn't nearly as big as its rivals. Here's a look at why.
Ron Estes, the Republican Congressman for Kansas, discusses the Sino-U.S. trade war and China's trustworthiness as an economic partner.
The solider, Jarrett William Smith, 24, of Fort Riley, Kansas, was charged with one count of distributing information related to explosives and weapons of mass destruction, according to the Department of Justice.
Two critical federal research agencies are being gutted after workers refused to relocate to the Midwest.
Kate Rogers is in Kansas City where the USDA will be relocating two of its research agencies. But which state will the jobs land in and why are workers pushing back against the move?
Where you live could pay off.
Coming in at number 19, CNBC's Scott Cohn discusses why Kansas is the most improved state for business on this year's Top States for Business list.
Farm states are suffering from a host of challenges, including trade concerns, climate change, depressed commodity prices and a lack of immigrant labor. Bankruptcies are on the rise, threatening the family farm.
Kansas is running a budget surplus this year, and it is a big deal for the state, which saw revenue vanish in a disastrous tax-cutting experiment by former Gov. Sam Brownback. Kansas made the biggest move up CNBC's 2019 Top States for Business.
America's infrastructure needs a major overhaul, yet Washington is stalling. Despite the administration's inaction, these five states have managed to make impactful investments to ensure economic stability and improve its residents' well-being.