U.S. unemployment claims dropped by 24,000 to 400,000 last week in another sign that the job market is recovering from the coronavirus recession.
President Joe Biden and a bipartisan group of senators reached agreement Wednesday on a $1 trillion national infrastructure package, and the Senate appeared ready to begin consideration of the key part of the administration's agenda.
Refunds by direct deposit will begin July 28 and refunds by paper check will begin July 30.
The financial milestone announced Monday extended a two-year run of prosperity that has erased questions about Tesla’s long-term viability raised during its early years of losses and production problems.
The “New Black Wall Street Market” is set to open Labor Day weekend and is based on the legacy of “Black Wall Street” in the early 1900s in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The Senior Citizens League projects a benefit bump of 6.1% in 2022.
The trip came as the fate of his infrastructure proposal remains unclear after Senate Republicans rejected a $1 trillion blueprint in a key test vote Wednesday.
The recession that broke out with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic lasted just two months, officially ended in April 2020. That makes it the shortest downturn on record, according to the committee of economists that determines when recessions begin and end.
Major retailers are trying to lure in teachers with competing discounts ahead of the upcoming school year.
Millions of families are starting to get child tax credits from the IRS, and scammers are already at work trying to take that cash.
Get ready for some pain at the gas pump if you're planning on fueling up across Georgia this week.
A recent report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition found that full-time minimum-wage workers can’t afford rent in most areas of the U.S.
According to a new report, renters in the state of Florida need to make at least $24.82 an hour in order to comfortably afford a two-bedroom home or apartment -- and in some parts of the state, they need to earn a lot more.
The big June jump in payrolls nationwide was also seen in Georgia, as the state’s employers added more than 30,000 workers, continuing to close the gap with how many workers were employed before the pandemic.
The United States set another pandemic low in this week's jobs report, showing only 360,000 first-time filers for unemployment.
Senate Democrats say that they have reached a budget agreement among themselves that envisions spending an enormous $3.5 trillion over the coming decade.
Consumer prices in June rose 0.9% from May and 5.4% over the past year — the sharpest 12-month inflation spike since June 2008.
According to the AARP, caregivers spend thousands each year to help their loved loves live at home. Now Congress is looking at a tax break to give them some relief.
Georgia’s state tax receipts jumped by more than $3 billion in the budget year ended June 30, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday, setting up an election-year session in which lawmakers will have many options for new spending or tax cuts.
The U.S. Postal Service’s plans to raise postage rates could present one more damaging blow to community newspapers already reeling from the coronavirus pandemic and advertising declines.