You don't have to be an expert to notice costs for many essentials are at an all-time high. From gas to food, Americans can expect to pay even more in coming months.
Economists predict the U.S. economy will grow to 3.5 percent this summer and stay above 3 percent the rest of the year.
Federal regulations are becoming so burdensome that they're weighing down the American economy, the vice president of Competitive Enterprise Institute warns.
Experts note that America's culture of spending and instant gratification often keep people from real retirement planning. But it doesn't have to be that way.
For the first time in three years, the U.S. economy shrank, the Commerce Department announced Thursday.
As young college graduates leave school, looking for employment, some worry they won't be able to find jobs.
America is moving slowly but surely toward a cashless society as businesses are coming up with easier ways for people to pay electronically.
The global birth rate hasn't bounced back after the massive recession of 2008, spawning concerns that lagging births will deal a new blow to the economy down the road.
U.S. employers added a robust 288,000 jobs in April, the most in two years, the strongest evidence to date that the economy is picking up.
Americans are spending thousands of dollars every year to pay for the constantly growing number of federal regulations, according to a new report.