Millions of households are braced for a sudden loss of income as President Donald Trump admits that there "may be" a recession because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Hopes are now pinned on fiscal policy to soften the blow of a deep recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The president is a keen watcher of stock markets and has made a point of noting record highs. Now they are in sharp decline during an election year.
Banks told Newsweek they have no new coronavirus policies on mortgage forbearance, but there are existing options available to any of those struggling financially because of the health emergency.
President Donald Trump's administration has faced criticism for the sluggish pace of testing potential coronavirus cases and the economy is also facing a potential downturn.
To offset the economic damage caused by the coronavirus, President Donald Trump touted a "very substantial" cut to payroll tax as part of a plan set to be unveiled.
The Capital Economics global economist said that if the coronavirus situation worsens then corporate debt issues could reach a "tipping-point."
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders, said she would back Joe Biden if he wins the nomination and wants others to do the same regardless of who wins.
The former vice president is ahead of the Vermont senator in Missouri, a poll shows, but his lead is within the margin of error.
The Dow Jones, S&P and Nasdaq correction reflects investors re-assessing the potential economic damage caused by the coronavirus.
The 2020 polls show Bernie Sanders leading President Donald Trump nationally, but how reliable are they months out from an election?
One economist warned that if the coronavirus becomes a pandemic the world could face a recession as deep as the one during the 2008 financial crisis.
The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Survey released its first monthly report since the end of President Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.
The billionaire former New York City mayor has pumped $463.8 million into his self-funded campaign so far.
The president attacked his predecessor on Twitter after the latter took credit "for more than a decade of economic growth and the longest streak of job creation in American history."
"The Late Show" host also compared Mike Bloomberg to President Donald Trump, "another New York billionaire with a questionable history with women."
Joe Biden told a New York City fundraiser that the "African-American community is going to make a gigantic say in who is going to be the next president."
Laurence Tribe also accused President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr of wielding "raw, naked, unprincipled, immoral power."
The Roger Stone prosecutors walked out after the Department of Justice undermined their original sentencing memo in what President Donald Trump's critics claim is political interference.
Morning Consult said the Vermont senator is now ahead of for the former vice president, a first in its polling for the Democratic Party's 2020 race.
The Democratic 2020 candidate and former New York City mayor made the remarks in a 2015 talk at the Aspen Institute.
The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is making gains but still trails Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the state ahead of its 2020 primary on February 11.
The National Chicken Council said a record-breaking number of wings were eaten over the Super Bowl weekend.
The House Speaker and California Democrat tore up a copy of President Donald Trump's State of the Union address right behind him in Congress.
President Donald Trump, impeached with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, still has a net negative approval rating.
After a strong showing in Iowa, the former South Bend mayor looks to have momentum going into New Hampshire, though he is some distance behind the Vermont senator, according to an Emerson College poll.
President Donald Trump delivered his annual address to Congress on the eve of his likely acquittal by the Senate in his impeachment trial.
President Donald Trump's daughter-in-law and campaign adviser said the Vermont senator presents a "stark difference" to the Republicans in 2020.
Opaque internal numbers released by the 2020 campaigns in Iowa amid the delay in the official result point to a disappointing for vice president Joe Biden if borne out.
The Vermont independent senator is ahead of former vice president Joe Biden by 15 points in the early state as the 2020 primaries kick off in Iowa.