Sen. Elizabeth Warren's latest wealth-tax proposal calls for an annual tax of 2%, or 2 cents, on every dollar of people's wealth worth above $50 million.
New Jersey, Connecticut, Hawaii and Iowa filed a brief in a U.S. Supreme Court case that could determine the ability to tax nonresidents' income.
As coronavirus cases surge across the U.S., states put new restrictions in place. The national seven-day average of daily new infections now stands at 161,165, according to a CNBC analysis of John Hopkins data. That's 26 percent higher than a week ago.
Warren said the CDC's messaging and infographics on Covid-19 mortality rates across racial and ethnic groups "do not tell the full story."
The United States topped 10 million Covid cases Monday as global cases surpassed 50 million. The 10 million number was reached just 10 days after the U.S. reached 9 million. As cases surge across the country, more states are instituting measures to curb outbreaks, including closures, curfews and bans.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu is betting his state's income tax case against Massachusetts attracts Supreme Court attention. Telecommuting has the potential to upend decades of U.S. state policy on taxation of wages.
New Hampshire's attorney general has filed a lawsuit in U.S. Supreme Court against the state of Massachusetts, seeking to stop the state from collecting income taxes from New Hampshire residents working from home. New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu (R) joins "Squawk Box" to discuss.
Nine states are considering higher taxes on the wealthy to help fill growing budget holes, and the list is likely to grow, a legislative group said.
The sector could be set for a significant expansion over the next few years.
Fewer than half of American adults, and about 60% of kids, typically get the flu shot each year, CDC data shows.
Sununu said New York, Massachusetts and other states are "pickpocketing" residents by taxing out-of-state commuters working from home in the pandemic.
The shift to working from home is leading to a heated debate between states over how to tax workers, and, in one instance, pitting New Hampshire against Massachusetts. CNBC's Robert Frank reports.
The Covid-19 crisis and the economic fallout has states fighting harder than ever for business and jobs.
The coronavirus pandemic has overwhelmed hospitals, physicians and the medical community. That's pushed telemedicine into the hands of providers and patients as the first response for primary care. Telemedicine isn't new to the medical community. It just hasn't been embraced widely before the pandemic. Here's how it works and what it means for the future of health care.
Nitric oxide is a colorless, tasteless and short-acting gas which widens blood vessels in the lungs when inhaled.
Claims for state unemployment were most concentrated in Hawaii, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington state and Massachusetts.
Claims for state unemployment were most concentrated in Rhode Island, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Washington state.
More states are ordering residents to stay at home during the coronavirus crisis, as the COVID-19 outbreak worsens in the U.S.
A growing list of states is ordering residents stay at home during the coronavirus crisis, as COVID-19 takes hold in the U.S.
Government officials in Massachusetts have declared a state of emergency on Tuesday after the state's number of confirmed or presumptive positive cases jump to just under 100.