The U.S. national debt exceeds $21.5 trillion. That's almost quadruple the national debt when President George W. Bush first took office in 2001.
A U.S. District Court ruling that said the Wire Act only applies to sports betting not only staves off a Department of Justice effort to end interstate online poker efforts, it will also help facilitate the growth of poker gaming across the country.
Apache was ranked the poorest county in Arizona in a Wall St. 24/7 analysis of the least affluent regions in all 50 states.
Canadian-based energy company Enbridge’s largest project, Line 3, received another setback after the Minnesota’s Appeals Court reversed the state’s Public Utilities Commission (PUC) 2018 approval.
Nearly a year has passed since the U.S. Supreme Court gave a landmark ruling impacting public sector unions, but the debate – as evidenced by lawsuits – rages on in states such as Pennsylvania.
Citizens Against Government Waste released its 2019 Congressional Pig Book, the 27th edition of the group’s exposé on pork-barrel spending. This latest edition describes $349.8 billion in what it says is wasteful government spending since Fiscal Year 1991.
Congress is reviving a ghost bank to reanimate taxpayer-subsidized “zombie tax breaks” for corporations, warns Americans For Prosperity as part of its recently launched "Unrig The Economy" campaign.
Arizona ranks second for employment growth in a new report analyzing the top U.S. states for jobs, but finishes in the middle of the pack overall.
The data used in this analysis is from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Net price and financial aid data is for the 2016-2017 school year—the most recent data available. Statistics on enrollment, tuition, fees, room, and board are from the 2017-2018 school year, which is also the most recent data available.
Arizona's lower- and middle-class populations are subsidizing wealthier residents who take advantage of a state tax credit to purchase electric vehicles, according to new research.
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The United States is adding instead of losing manufacturing jobs, but factory hiring continues to slow.
Second Amendment legal experts say Colorado's new “red flag” gun control legislation doesn’t properly protect due process rights and is ripe for abuse.
The parents of 11-month-old Joseline Eichelberger were charged in her death Monday.
Cody Barlow posted a public photo of the tailgate on social media on Thursday, but said he didn't expect much fanfare outside of friends or family. But as of Monday evening, his Facebook post has nearly 130,000 reactions and more than 75,000 shares from people around the world, even drawing the attention of CNN.
Henri Michelle Piette, 63, was found guilty by a federal jury of kidnapping and travel with intent to engage in sexual act with a juvenile, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Muskogee said Monday.
Charles E. Patton, 33, of Salem, Ill., was charged Friday with property damage motivated by discrimination, trespass motivated by discrimination and second-degree burglary.
The United States added 263,000 new jobs in April as the unemployment rate dropped to the lowest point in the last 49 years, but the manufacturing sector — one of the central pillars of the Northwest Indiana economy — continued to grow only slightly.
An unidentified Illinois company is poised to move into Lear Corp.'s 25-year-old factory building on 165th Street in Hammond this summer after the Tier 1 automotive supplier moves to a larger plant that's now under construction, Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. said.
Heavy industry remains a central pillar of the Northwest Indiana economy, even though the days of steel mills employing 30,000 workers apiece are long gone, and the United States no longer employs anywhere close to the 19.5 million factory workers it did at the peak of manufacturing employment in 1979.
Indiana University Northwest in Gary is accepting registration for certification in Lean Six Sigma, a business philosophy that aims to streamline operations, minimize waste and boost efficiency.
U.S. steelmakers made more than 95 million tons of steel in 2018, the most since 2007.
Ford plans to unveil its new 2020 Explorer Sports Utility Vehicle that will be manufactured in the Calumet Region in a special event on Jan. 9, just before the Detroit Auto Show when many new vehicle models are debuted to the press.
The unemployment rate rose slightly in Indiana in November.
Northwest Indiana's economy grew by an annualized rate of 2.9 percent to $30.4 billion in 2018, growing nearly twice as fast as it has in recent years.
A major supplier to the Chicago Assembly Plant in Hegewisch will close and lay off 261 workers next spring after losing its contract with Ford.