Trump Says Saudi Arabia Deal Will Create 'Jobs, Jobs, Jobs'President Donald Trump called the first day of his maiden international trip "tremendous."
Fed Chairwoman Yellen: More Jobs Expected In USA day after addressing a senate committee, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen was back on Capitol Hill Wednesday.
Fed Chair Yellen: 'Too Early To Know What Policy Changes Will Be Put In Place'Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said Tuesday the central bank will "evaluate whether employment and inflation are continuing to evolve in line with [the Fed's] expectations, in which case a further adjustment of the federal funds rate would likely be appropriate."
Clinton Knocks 'Outlandish Trumpian Ideas' In Policy SpeechHillary Clinton attempted to undercut Donald Trump's claim to working class voters during her economic policy speech on Thursday.
Trump's Economic Speech Disrupted By Series Of ProtestsAt least a dozen women protested at Donald Trump's economic policy speech on Monday.
Fact Check: Trump On The EconomyDonald Trump gave his centerpiece speech on the economy Monday - accusing Hillary Clinton of wanting to increase middle-class taxes but let's get down to what is fact and what is fiction.
Clinton Plays Offense On The EconomyHillary Clinton's campaign is playing offense on the economy.
Report Paints Grim Picture Of Miami's EconomyA newly released report is painting a grim picture of how poor Miami is.
Florida's Job Growth Slowed Down In MarchDespite seeing the state's unemployment rate dip slightly, Florida's job growth is slowing down.
Federal Reserve Leaders Questioned About Their Powerful JobsBen Bernanke was quizzed about what it felt like to be called a traitor by the governor of Texas and Alan Greenspan was asked if he purposely sought to confuse Congress with his answers.
Eliminating $100 Bill Could Reduce CrimeAttacking "big money" could one day make a direct contribution to curtailing crime, says former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Larry Summers.
Jeb Bush And Marco Rubio Square Off In New HampshireOn a cold New Hampshire morning, with the temperature dipping to just six degrees, Nick Del’Etoile attended the latest in a series of presidential candidate forums hosted by the Derry Chamber of Commerce. The two candidates he’s torn between – Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio.