China's is likely the only major economy to have expanded in 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic gripped the world.
Business owners struggling to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic have new opportunities for economic relief from the federal government.
President-elect Joe Biden is proposing a $1.9 trillion plan to address the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic crisis.
Dr. Anthony Fauci says the country will likely need a vaccination level of between 70% and 90% to reach herd immunity. Right now, that math doesn't quite add up.
A hundred years ago, a world war and a pandemic wreaked havoc on baseball and other industries. But pent-up demand helped them come roaring back.
The Trump administration is trying to force banks to make loans to gun-makers and to finance payday lenders. Critics call the move bizarre. It's opposed by watchdog groups and banks.
The runaway pandemic put more pressure on the U.S. job market last month. Employers shed 140,000 jobs as the unemployment rate held steady at 6.7%.
The Georgia Department of Labor started paying out unemployment benefits last week through the new federal COVID-19 relief legislation even as a group of unemployed Georgians sued the agency to speed up checks.
If confirmed by the Senate, Walsh would be the first union member to serve in this role in nearly half a century, Biden's transition team says.
The reversal comes one day after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin reportedly criticized the New York Stock Exchange's decision not to delist the companies.
NPR wants to hear from you if you have lost income and couldn't pay rent to your landlord or needed a mortgage forbearance.
The Trump administration has alleged that some Chinese companies funnel money to China's military. China had threatened to retaliate for the move.
A new 24 hour, seven day a week warming shelter for the homeless will open this week in Macon-Bibb County. The shelter was put together in the wake of the freezing deaths of two men, one of whom had slept under Interstate 75 Christmas Eve.
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Tracy Gordon, a senior fellow with the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, about how the pandemic continues to affect local government funding.
The stock market meltdown made way to a stunning rebound that made the rich a lot richer. What happened?