The latest numbers show a strong picture for the U.S. economy. Yet many Americans have a pessimistic view. Here's how an adviser to Joe Biden says they're addressing that.
U.S. employers added 199,000 jobs in November, higher than the 150,000 jobs created in the previous month.
U.S. employers added 199,000 jobs in November, higher than the 150,000 jobs created in the previous month, reflecting in part the return of striking UAW and Hollywood workers.
The first results are in from a charity experiment in Kenya. Those who got a lump sum of money were far more likely to start a business — and earn more — compared to those who got monthly payments.
China's president says success for the U.S. and China can be mutually beneficial. U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says that the reality is a bit more complicated than that.
Sushi restaurants are still open all over Ukraine. It's a small example of how the country's consumer economy continues despite nearly two years of war.
A pause in foreclosures after an NPR investigation may be of no help to many vets. They were already pushed into costly loan modifications after a move by the VA stranded them in a tough spot.
A record number of seniors struggle with housing costs. Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies says it's going to get worse as the baby boomer generation starts to turn 80 in a few years.
Many growers across the country have been left without a market due to oversupplied apple processors. West Virginia rescued its surplus, with a plan that donates apples to hunger-fighting charities.
Americans say Black Friday is overhyped, but nearly 1 in 5 still plan to do most of their shopping then. This holiday season is expected to break shopping records.
The cost of a traditional Thanksgiving feast is slightly lower this year than last, thanks in large part to falling turkey prices. Overall grocery inflation has eased significantly in the last year.
From hiking local trails to studying black holes, some Americans are finding creative ways to mark the country's busiest shopping day without spending a dime.
A land swap in Macon-Bibb County means a long-dormant, historic health club in the heart of downtown will see new life.
Thousands of Swedish workers are rallying behind 120 Tesla mechanics. The workers are boycotting Teslas until the company signs a contract. Even postal workers may stop delivering mail.
The move follows an NPR investigation that finds thousands of veterans are facing foreclosure through no fault of their own and that the VA can stop them from losing their homes.