Credit rating agency Moody's has cut its credit rating for China due to the country's surging debt, prompting a protest by Beijing and highlighting its challenges in overhauling a slowing economy
President Donald Trump's first full budget calls for deep cuts to popular health insurance programs that are part of the social safety net. Trump campaigned for president on a promise to improve health care.
President Donald Trump's $4.1 trillion budget plan is drawing rebukes, even from some Republican allies, for its politically unrealistic cuts to the social safety net and a broad swath of other domestic programs
The Trump administration is allowing to go forward an Obama-era rule that puts stricter requirements on professionals who advise retirement savers on their investments
A program credited with helping bring back to life forgotten landmarks along famed Route 66 is expiring in two years, putting funding for struggling towns at risk
As congressional Republicans largely rejected President Donald Trump's first budget proposal some said it was the latest symptom of a sometimes dysfunctional relationship between the Trump administration and Capitol Hill.
China is shutting down its only undersea coal mine as the government struggles to rein in excess production that threatens to frustrate a planned shift to cleaner-burning fuels
More sponsors are dropping out of New York City's Puerto Rican Day parade after a decision by organizers to honor a freed nationalist who once embraced armed resistance to the U.S. rule of Puerto Rico
Top officials in President Donald Trump's Cabinet are heading to Capitol Hill to defend his plans to cut domestic programs and parry Democratic criticism of his tax plans
The typical CEO at the biggest U.S. companies made $11.5 million last year, according to a study by executive data firm Equilar for The Associated Press
With a proposal to cut the nation's largest domestic food aid program by almost a third, President Donald Trump's budget builds on more than two decades of Republican efforts to cut food stamps
A jury has awarded more than $256 million to a California auto dealership owner who claimed Nissan put him out of business during the recession