All fifty states, D.C. and Puerto Rico have received the go-ahead to start spending federal dollars on new chargers. The long-term plan is to spend $5 billion improving charging infrastructure.
Stocks are down more than 20% this year. Usually when that happens bonds hold their value. But right now both are down sharply, hurting retirees and people saving for college in 529 plans.
Coal-fired power plants across Germany were scheduled to be shut down by the end of the year. But with Russia cutting gas deliveries, Germany is turning to coal.
The U.S. dollar is the strongest it has been in 20 years. As it strengthens, other currencies — like the pound — weaken. That's good news for U.S. consumers and importers but bad news for others.
Meta says it has disrupted a large Russian network of fake accounts pushing a pro-Kremlin view of the war in Ukraine and a separate Chinese campaign targeting the U.S. midterm elections.
Montana is one of the latest states to suggest many nonprofit hospitals aren't giving back enough in charitable contributions to the community to justify their tax-exempt status.
The British pound sank to $1.03, before stabilizing slightly, as traders and investors react negatively to new government plans to cut taxes for highest earners and businesses and boosting borrowing.
Britt Moon, owner of Swamp Fox Distilling Company in Buena Vista, Ga., is spellbound by the science of spirit aging. His latest experiment — taking a pair of bourbon barrels overland on a cross-country road trip — could be the first of its kind in the United States.
Georgia Power’s proposal for a $200 increase to the average household’s yearly electricity costs is set to kick into high gear with a series of public airings before state regulators beginning Tuesday.
From superheroes praising tacos to an improper tilde, many businesses fail to connect with members of the community during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Climate activists have never liked Trump-appointed World Bank President David Malpass. But this week, his comments on climate change fueled calls for President Biden to make a change.
Amy Cooper, a white woman, lost her job as a portfolio manager at a New York investment firm after she called the police on a Black man who asked her to put her dog on a leash.
The Dow dropped more than 450 points to close at the lowest level since November 2020.
Nancy Barnes, NPR's newsroom leader, announced her forthcoming departure as the network moves to create a new executive to oversee both the news and programming divisions.
The rule would apply a calving season speed limit to more boaters than it currently affects.