Governor widely viewed as a likely entrant in the race for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024 is running ads on the issue — nationally.
The IRS has begun to accept 2021 returns. This start to the tax season sparks an annual boom in taxpayers asking, Is my Social Security income taxed?
(Bloomberg) -- How much further is the Federal Reserve willing to let stocks slide? That’s the burning question of the moment for financial markets, and Greg Jensen, co-chief investment officer at Bridgewater Associates, has an answer: as much as 20% more.Most Read from BloombergApple to Rival Square by Turning iPhones Into Payment TerminalsPowell Backs March Liftoff, Won’t Rule Out Hike Every MeetingA Nor’easter Approaching New York Risks Becoming a Bomb CycloneStocks Halt Rally as Bond Yields
(Bloomberg) -- Just as the Federal Reserve was about to talk up its commitment to taming the hottest inflation in almost 40 years, a top U.S. banking leader delivered an unusually brusque critique of the central bank. Most Read from BloombergApple to Rival Square by Turning iPhones Into Payment TerminalsPowell Backs March Liftoff, Won’t Rule Out Hike Every MeetingNasdaq 100’s Gains Evaporate as Tesla Plunges 8%: Markets WrapA Nor’easter Approaching New York Risks Becoming a Bomb CycloneAstronome
El Salvador president Nayib Bukele continues to tout Bitcoin's benefits, over the objections of citizens and international financial institutions.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Thursday sent an unprecedented letter to lawmakers raising concerns about Sarah Bloom Raskin, President Joe Biden's nominee as the Federal Reserve's vice chair for supervision, and her calls for federal regulators to transition financing away from the fossil fuel industry. The U.S. industry lobby group urged leaders of the Senate Banking Committee to question Raskin about those statements and her criticism of the Fed for allowing oil and gas companies to access emergency pandemic funds, among other issues. Tom Quaadman, executive vice president of the Chamber's Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness, said the trade group had never before sent a public letter questioning a Fed nominee, but noted the group had stopped short of opposing her nomination outright, at least for now.
China will develop an international sourcing platform for semiconductors and other electronic components in Shenzhen - known as the country's Silicon Valley and the richest city in southern Guangdong province - in a bid to advance the nation's hi-tech self-sufficiency drive amid a race between Beijing and Washington to overcome the global chip shortage. The goal is to engage various companies involved in the semiconductor and electronics industries around the world, including manufacturers and d
Brussels is launching a case against China at the World Trade Organisation over its treatment of Lithuanian goods, amid reports that Germany fears the action will undermine its own trade links with the world’s second-largest economy.
Bodycam footage shows federal contractors dropping off migrants at the Westchester County Airport last summer.
Gregory Zuckerman — author of "A Shot to Save the World: The Inside Story of the Life-or-Death Race for a COVID-19 Vaccine" — says Operation Warp Speed was "very helpful" to US vaccine development, despite some missteps.
The $100m jet is fair game, in international waters. "It's the Hunt for Red October meets the Abyss."
Prez Vladimir Putin has asked the Russian central bank and the government to come to a consensus on crypto regulation.
‘A Shot to Save the World’ author, Gregory Zuckerman joins 'Influencers with Andy Serwer' to discuss the Trump Administration's role in developing the COVID-19 vaccines.
Video shows migrants being flown on secret charter flights at night from border to Westchester, New York.
Andrew Burton/GettyU.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg has boxed herself into a dilemma.She has kept a report on a theoretical voting machine flaw—authored by a respected computer researcher—secret since last summer, citing concerns that releasing the report would fuel conspiracy theories about voting machines and the 2020 U.S. presidential election.But her attempts at preventing conspiracy theories has fueled those theories anyway. And now, she has Georgia's top elections official, Brad Raffensbe
The year opened with a debate over the American Rescue Plan, which would go on to boost household income by $1,400 -- $5,600 for a family of four -- through a third round of direct Economic Impact...
Amid ongoing efforts to resolve tensions surrounding Ukraine diplomatically, Russia's top diplomat said on Wednesday that Moscow would take "necessary retaliatory measures" if its security demands are not met.The Associated Press reported on Wednesday that Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said to lawmakers, "If the West continues its aggressive course, Moscow will take the necessary retaliatory measures.""We won't allow our proposals to be...
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The Federal Reserve never expected inflation to soar to 7% and hit a 40-year high. Now scrambling central bank leaders insist they'll do what it takes to snuff out price pressures.
The Kamala Harris mug Biden purchased during a shop visit yesterday is reportedly already sold out online
The Supreme Court on Thursday released the letter Justice Stephen Breyer wrote to President Joe Biden telling him he would retire at the end of the current term. In the letter, dated Jan. 27 -- the day after news of his retirement broke -- Breyer said he would leave the bench after almost 28 years when the court recesses for the summer and assuming that a successor has been nominated and confirmed. White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters at her daily briefing that Breyer had hand delivered the letter to President Biden earlier Thursday.