The investment titan is unconvinced any shock decisions on interest rates will emerge out of the Federal Reserve's upcoming meeting in November.
“I really think there will be a crisis the way we are going, the way we are printing money, the way we are going into inflation," Icahn said.
The Biden administration has announced a new strategy for protecting the U.S.’ water supplies from a toxic chemical that is found in common household products and it will focus on holding polluters...
U.S. industrial output for September fell by 1.3% in a sign that ongoing supply chain problems are continuing to choke manufacturers and take a toll on the economy.
A new study found that nearly half of U.S. breast cancer patients were using cannabis products while receiving treatment, but researchers are warning that this may be riskier than they think.
Health officials are concerned that COVID-19 has paved the way for a surge in advanced cancer cases, particularly for female patients.
A new poll found that two thirds of parents with children between the ages of 5 and 11 plan to get their kids vaccinated against COVID-19 when it becomes possible, but it also showed age, race and...
The Biden administration released a new report on how it plans to address climate related risk in U.S pension plans through a new proposal that will affect up to 141 million Americans.
Consumer spending in September grew more than expected, defying predictions that squeezed supply chains would reduce the monthly total, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
The SEC is once again debating a draft rule that would allow it to claw back compensation for executives whose firms have failed to address misreporting of financial information to federal regulators.
Foreclosures in the United States are ticking upwards as programs designed to help homeowners stay in place during the COVID-19 pandemic begin to end. Is this increase a sign that more pain for...
Can you 'mix and match' your COVID-19 vaccines safely and gain greater immunity? A new National Institute of Health study suggests that it could be effective, ahead of a key FDA meeting that...
The number of initial unemployment claims in the United States has fallen for a second week in a row to 293,000, beating expectations of a number closer to 318,000.
A new ultrasound testing technique was found to have the potential to deliver drugs to the brain for treatment of neurodegenerative diseases and even cancer.
The Federal Reserve and the White House believe that inflation is likely to be transitory and that it will ease once the ongoing supply chain bottlenecks are reduced.
Inflation has spiked again in September after food and energy prices’ rise outpaced declines in other goods categories.
The U.S. Federal Reserve has signaled that it remains on track to begin tapering off its asset purchase program in November despite a recent poor job report for September.
An initiative by the world’s wealthiest nations to suspend debt payments by low income countries to help them respond to the COVID-19 pandemic is falling below expectations as debt repayments...
A terrifying incident was captured on video that shows a homeless woman sneak up behind a 16-year old girl before strangling her from behind outside a New York City restaurant. Police later...
Gov. Greg Abbott issued a new executive order that forbids employers, including private companies, from requiring vaccinations of employees in the state.