The Trump administration is waging trade wars against China, the European Union, and others, and the tariffs are costing many American manufacturers money.
During the 2016 election campaign, President Donald Trump said he'd wipe the federal debt. But it is rising and the deficit is widening.
There are a dozen smart moves to make now to safeguard your finances: Shore up your safety net, improve your job prospects, work on your trouble spots, protect your retirement savings and more.
There is a 35 percent chance that President Donald Trump escalates his trade war with China and others, Moody's Analytics says.
President Donald Trump doubts the veracity of economic data, according to a report, because he thinks economists are trying to stop his reelection in 2020.
As the leading U.S. stock markets dropped and signs pointed to a recession, #TrumpSlump trended on Twitter.
A shift from fossil fuels to clean energy could leave many workers behind. That's why the climate proposal includes provisions for protecting workers' rights.
"We can only project a couple of years into the future, but I think we're well on this path for several years, so I don't think this is a one- or two-year phenomenon," Steven Mnuchin said.
Trump's admiration of South Asian strongmen breaks with diplomatic precedent at a time when his administration is challenging traditional alliances.
As Trump prepares to give the State of the Union address, a new poll reveals what Americans think the president and Congress should prioritize for 2018 policies.
If TPS is eliminated, the U.S. gross domestic product would suffer a $164 billion hit over the next decade, according to the Center for American Progress.
It will take patience to assess the impact of Trump on the U.S. economy.
Benefit claims have remained below 300,000 for 104 straight weeks, the longest stretch since 1970.
And will America's exit dramatically impact the global economy?
The comments came after Donald Trump pledged to put "America first."
The unemployment rate held at an eight-year low of 4.9 percent, and the average length of the workweek also fell.
But some of the impediments to growth are temporary and the economy is expected to snap back in the first quarter.