Shortly before Thursday's votes, Biden defended the contract that four of the rail unions had rejected.
If an agreement wasn't reached before a Dec. 9 deadline, the unions threatened to strike -- which would have devastating effects on the U.S. economy.
With inflation running near the highest level in 40 years, Republican and Democratic leaders in some states are offering stimulus payments to residents.
In its newly released report, the Center City District says Philadelphia's downtown scene is rapidly growing as local businesses strive for a full economic recovery.
Inflation is shifting consumers' and retailers' behavior.
American consumers and nearly every industry will be affected if freight trains grind to a halt next month. Here's what to expect.
As inflation has driven up food prices by 10% this year, Erin Chase, author of 5 Dollar Dinners shares her secrets to saving on groceries.
Amazon reportedly plans to lay off 10,000 corporate and technology employees as soon as this week. The move would mark the largest job cut in Amazon's history.
One city, in particular, is seeing the highest inflation rate in the country, still above 12%.
Consumer inflation reached 7.7% in October from a year earlier and 0.4% from September, the Labor Department said Thursday.
Previously, a Nov. 19 strike deadline hung over the talks, but the union that represents track maintenance workers agreed to delay any action until next month.
Another railroad union narrowly approved its deal with the major freight railroads Saturday -- but five unions must still approve contracts to prevent a strike.
Mortgage rates continue to jump, home sales slump and credit cards and auto loans increase.
The Fed’s move raised its key short-term rate to a range of 3.75% to 4%, its highest level in 15 years.
From free turkeys to major discounts, grocery stores are prepping for a Thanksgiving set against surging inflation.
The company suggests being aware of tank levels and not 'panic buying' fuel.
More than 64 million Americans collecting Social Security will receive the bigger payments beginning in January, the administration said.
The changes are meant to help Americans whose earnings haven’t kept up with the increased cost of living.
President Joe Biden will announce the release of 15 million barrels of oil from the U.S. strategic reserve Wednesday as part of a response to recent production cuts announced by OPEC+ nations.
Based on IRS and Treasury data, there could be between 9 and 10 million people who have not yet received their payments.