"You have this character coming in, who's bringing all these things and kind of saying, 'Well, without those things you can't have feelings like joy or love,' and fighting for it."
As the bank lends billions, chief David Malpass is leading a restructure that puts the focus on policy outcomes.
Portland Police declared a riot was taking place earlier this week during another night in unrest in the city.
"Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse them," Brad Parscale wrote on his Twitter account Thursday, quoting from the Bible's Romans 12:14.
"Anybody who thinks transitioning the economy to clean energy will kill—not create—jobs is just simply out of touch with reality," said Bob Keefe, executive director of the nonpartisan advocacy group Environmental Entrepreneurs.
Trump's economic doctrine: portray your policies as helping David, but actually employ them to pump up Goliath.
Arizona, Florida, Michigan, and Pennsylvania are among the states that will be hurt the most when the benefit expires at the end of July.
Of the small business owners in Michigan who provided voluntary demographic information while applying for PPP loans, only one self-identified as Black.
A new study from the Urban Institute found adults with incomes below the federal poverty level were nearly 19 percent less likely to receive stimulus payments. Nearly seven in 10 Americans received payments from the CARES Act.
A majority of the money—$200 billion—would be diverted from unused relief appropriated during a previous stimulus package passed by Congress that was meant to be used by the Treasury Department for corporate lending.
The latest Ipsos survey found that more than one in five U.S. adults felt health care was the most pressing problem facing the country.
With the COVID-19 second economic stimulus set to be proposed in Senate next week, here are three lessons for investors.
Parents will need after-school child care in order to return to work.
Many of my friends who are also PhD students are considering migrating out of the U.S. because it feels simply too volatile to live here as an immigrant. We feel that we need to leave if we want to retain our dignity.
China posted better than expected 3.2 percent GDP growth in the second quarter of 2020, following a record contraction in the first portion of the year.
Denial of a medical exemption means no salary for Delle Donne, who did not want her judgment based on her MVP status from last season. She takes 64 pills a day to treat her disease.
The Republican National Committee is expected to soon reveal details about next month's GOP convention, which has been partially moved to Florida because of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
The belief that most people receiving stimulus payments are financially incentivized to stay home is true only if you look at salaries alone—and ignore benefits.
Stimulus checks are a costly measure and a $1 trillion price tag would likely mean people who received a check the first time around will be ineligible this time.
A new poll found 52 percent of likely voters in six key swing states said they disapproved of President Donald Trump's handling of the economy.
Former Senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions was defeated by Tommy Tuberville, who President Donald Trump staunchly supported, in the Alabama GOP primary.
"They have the ability to do that as private citizens like everyone else," said Missouri Governor Mike Parson on Tuesday.
Boys' well-being was, in Warren Farrell's words, "a national afterthought." He boldly set out to change that.
In a new push for Americans to pursue skill development opportunities, Ivanka Trump said American workers incorrectly "assume that a university degree is the only path to a good paying job."
A new report estimated that the increase in uninsured individuals reported between February and May of this year exceeded the highest annual increases reported previously by almost 40 percent.
Both Democrats and Republicans agree more help is needed, but they differ on what that help should look like.