"Price increases stemming from ongoing supply chain bottlenecks amid strong demand will keep the rate of inflation elevated," economist Kathy Bostjanicic said.
Venezuela removed zeros from the end of its currency for a third time as the country struggles against hyperinflation making its currency nearly worthless.
Netflix's gripping new K-drama "Squid Game" sees 456 contestants fight for a cash prize of 45.6 billion won. Here's how much that equates to in U.S. dollars.
Parents raise objections over a Cleveland school's test which includes questions they feel are highly inappropriate.
The online payment platform said it would start rolling out the new service to U.K. customers this week.
The reconciliation package should prioritize investments in kids, because doing so has huge shared benefits and among the highest rates of return for any social investment.
The EU seems to have ignored how its policies would impact the developing world, which relies on trade to keep economies, industries and livelihoods afloat.
The shortages showed up first in the west, according to the airline, where they could affect efforts to fight wildfires.
Engineers are still working around the clock on how to find the battery defect and what the repairs will be, spokesman Dan Flores said.
A collective of angry restaurant owners is scheduled to meet Thursday with the Paris police chief to discuss the virus challenges and try to find solutions.
The Congressional Budget Office is projecting that this year's deficit will total a slightly smaller $3 trillion.
Public policy has a role in ensuring that parents have the ability to make informed choices, to understand the details of how these algorithms work and to control access to content.
The current U.S. economic situation is becoming increasingly unsustainable. Annual deficits and the national debt can't keep rising endlessly as Modern Monetary Policy theorists suggest. Asset bubbles always burst.
A global shortage of computer chips has forced automakers to cut down on production, resulting in fewer new vehicles at dealerships. With fewer new vehicles, there is increased demand.
"We could be looking at Soviet grocery shelves soon," Tucker Carlson said while speaking about the state of the U.S. economy with President Joe Biden in the White House on his Fox News opinion show, "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
"Our currency tells the story of our nation, and it is long past due for Ms. Tubman's part of that story to be told," a bipartisan duo of U.S. Senators wrote in a letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
For new ideas, we need to look to new adults.
The returns from major public investments are huge. The costs of not making them are astronomical.
The St. Lucian economist was knighted by the British government in 1963 and won the Nobel Prize in 1979.
The senator told a local news outlet that any relief would likely arrive after the Thanksgiving holidays.