And yet that may help the president achieve one key goal.

Trump's treasury secretary is promising his tax cuts will pay for themselves.

There is, however, some good news for young women.

The gulf between the science of pot and federal policy grows wider.

Dave Camp, known as one of Congress's most informed members on taxes, retired before the moment arrived.

Snap-on Tools pays below-average wages to the handful of foreign workers for whom the company has sought H-1B visas.

It's a surprising rebuke from an influential group of conservatives.

The White House says the public doesn't care. This chart says otherwise.

This professor found one positive side effect of the fall of the Roman empire, the plague and World War II.

Ugly-fruit jam and state-bread beer are big business

The data comes from a wide-ranging new survey on how and why people use marijuana in the U.S.

Seema Verma, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, “did not comment” on cost-sharing reductions at the meeting.

The IMF saw good things ahead for the global economy, but warned a string of decisions by elected officials has the potential to wipe it all away.

Trump has turned over his administration to the same people he promised to vanquish.

There's a lot of debate over whether ordinary consumers would have to pay a new tax on products imported from overseas.

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