A thrifty mother filled her entire wardrobe with secondhand clothes - with all items costing less than $10.
Employers in the U.S. added 678,000 jobs in February, according to the Labor Department.
One parent told Newsweek her son's local school council purchased their own KN95 masks while waiting on the district to distribute the ones promised.
"I don't have any personal feelings about this," Harris told CBS' "Face the Nation" about Manchin's reversal on the Build Back Better plan.
But Brian Moynihan remains concerned about the potential impact of inflation and supply-chain issues on the economy heading into the winter season.
Democrats designed key provisions to sunset at various times over the next several years, while keeping many of the plan's funding mechanisms in place.
The Build Back Better Act now heads to the 50-50 split Senate, where Democrats must navigate major challenges with no room for error.
"The Old Broken Crow has to be willing to play this hand, not like last time when he folded up like a cheap umbrella," Trump wrote about McConnell.
Spending is expected to start slowing when price inflation begins to push certain goods outside the threshold of American budgets.
The outcome is seen as a "major victory" for banks and credit unions that "vigorously opposed" the measure.
Full child tax credits would reportedly be limited to households earning less than about $60,000 a year, under Manchin's demands.
"American consumers still have plenty left in the tank despite some tough-to-find and pricier items," wrote Sal Guatieri, director at BMO Capital Markets.
Some Independents want a smaller price tag on the package, but others don't want Congress to pass the spending bill at all.
President Joe Biden said his legislative agenda was necessary as a response to September's staggering jobs report.
"Ah yes, the Conservative Dem position," Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted, referring to the West Virginia senator.
The latest investment comes just a month after the White House spent $2 million on COVID-19 testing to incentivize manufacturers on production.
The proposal from House Democrats would raise the corporate tax rate to 26.5 percent for the richest businesses and impose an additional surtax on individuals who make more than $5 million.
Move over cronut, mini-croissant cereal is the latest dish being hyped in New York, but it will set you back $50.
The survey, however, revealed that younger Americans are far more prone to experiencing fear of missing out this summer.
Although personal income saw a decrease in April, the amount Americans are spending reflects a rebounding economy.
The New York-based company said it earned a profit of $2.24 billion compared with a profit of $367 million in the same period a year earlier.
President Joe Biden met with union bosses in the Oval Office on Wednesday where he discussed details of both the COVID-relief bill and a second possible spending package.
Trump's tweet came as his campaign is said to be cutting back on advertising spending in the Sunshine State.
The treasury secretary said the national debt won't be dealt with until after the COVID-19 pandemic.
An exclusive survey from Newsweek and LendingTree reveals how the twin crises of the pandemic and a struggling economy are changing the way we save, spend and even think about money—in ways that will last long after life has returned to a semblance of normalcy.
There is another subtle reason to be wary of calls to "defund the police."
There may be some silver linings to the pandemic, after all.