Little more than half of Americans actually own stock. That helps make the stock market a less-than-ideal indicator of how the US economy is actually doing.
Spending dropped after enhanced federal unemployment benefits expired, making it harder for people to pay for everyday items.
Wildfires in the West will have an enormous financial toll, but they are part of a more worrying trend of huge financial losses tied to extreme weather events caused by climate change.
Implementing clean energy is about more than protecting the environment—it also creates equity and fuels economic growth, NC officials say.
“The interest in trying to reopen and restart economic activity had a much greater pull at the time ... than did public health concerns or question marks about how it would go."
“It’s about jobs—good paying jobs, financial stability, building wealth for families of color."
Residents of Charlotte’s "Tent City" homeless encampment might be forced to move when a downsized Republican National Convention comes next month.
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