"I'm aghast at the food you're willing to waste. Awful." one user said.
Those figures come as U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) fell in the first two quarters of 2022.
Newsweek spoke to 10 Americans—spanning three generations—about their dreams of a life free of crippling student debt.
"U.S.-China relations rank as the top challenge for U.S. companies doing business in China," the U.S.-China Business Council said.
A new Gallup poll found the number of Americans citing abortion as the nation's top concern has reached a new high.
The U.S. has been hit by a recession but other major economies have fared much better.
Editing of the 'recession' page on Wikipedia after new figures showed the US has entered an unofficial economic recession.
It's "the less appealing" areas which will weather a recession better, Zelman & Associates' analyst Dennis McGill told Newsweek.
Reno, Nevada, and Austin, Texas, lead a list of cities that have seen the price of houses listed for sale with a major realtor website fall the most.
As the surge in inflation prompts fears of a downturn, economist William Lee has warned that entry-level and young professionals are most at risk.
Existing home sales dropped by 2.4 percent in April, the lowest level in nearly two years, and the third straight monthly sales decline.
The Tesla CEO suggested on Twitter that an upcoming recession could last between a year and 18 months.
A photo shared on social media shows a Mobil station in Los Angeles offering regular gasoline for $7.29 a gallon.
U.S inflation rose to 8.5 percent in March, while GDP declined by an annualized 1.4 percent in the first quarter of 2022.
Inflation has jumped to its highest level in 40 years according to government figures from March, which could put a squeeze on wallets.
Only 41.1 percent of Americans think the president is doing a good job in office. The majority are concerned about the economic challenges facing the country.
The IMF reported last week that the dollar has declined as a reserve currency in the last two decades.
An ABC News/Ipsos poll shows 70 percent of Americans disapprove of how the president is coping with cost of living increases.
Though Bannon has constantly bashed China, that didn't stop him from going into business with the Chinese billionaire.
Said one senior analyst: "With so much uncertainty now and the high level of concern about the Omicron variant, we'll take stability when we can get it."
The poll for Fox News found that rising prices had caused financial hardship for two-thirds of Americans.
But 44 percent said their household experienced income loss that is still hurting their finances, according to a new poll.
"We are on the mend. There are now scientists with data showing vaccines soaring, cases plunging, this is not nothing," Kudlow said Tuesday.
Democratic presidents are "more willing to heed historical lessons," but Republicans cling to "magical" tax cuts and deregulation theories during economic downturns, states a new economic analysis.
8 million more Americans, including 2.4 million Black Americans, were living in poverty at the end of 2020 compared to one year before.
"We need to stop pretending that student loan debt is actually a 'crisis,'" a libertarian think tank fellow wrote in response to Democratic proposals.