Stacey Vanek Smith, NPR News
The dollar has helped make the U.S. the most economically powerful country for most of the last century, but other countries – including rivals like China – have the greenback on their sights.
As the debt ceiling debate comes down to the wire, here is a look at some of the potential consequences if the U.S. defaults on its debt for the first time in history.
Millennials have seen their debt rise by nearly 30% since before the pandemic, to about $3.8 trillion, despite falling to near-record lows in 2021.
It's the biggest day of the year for the $8 billion global flower industry, but it's not all that profitable. Why? Blame the roses.
2022 has been a rough year for America's personal finances. That's sparked a throwback movement among some young debtors: all cash, all the time.
Everyone agrees inflation is happening. What they don't agree on is whodunit.
Inflation is hitting Americans hard at home with prices soaring for electricity, groceries, rent, even breakfast. A carton of eggs is 30.5% more expensive than it was last year.