A lawsuit filed against city of Tucson officials seeks to block a ballot initiative that will ask voters to adopt sanctuary city measures.
One of the nation’s largest consumer credit monitoring companies is settling a federal lawsuit over a breach that happened in 2017, impacting 147 million consumers in the U.S. and 5.4 million Illinoisans who could be in line for a cash payment. But a consumer advocate says that’s not enough.
An executive order signed by President Donald Trump makes it easier for patients with chronic illnesses and high deductibles to receive healthcare coverage.
Arizona was ranked 47th in a WalletHub.com study showing which of the 50 states and the District of Columbia are the best places for police to work.
Wild Florida Airboats and Gator Park recently announced that a nest was found inside its albino alligator exhibit, producing the first successful batch of albino alligator eggs in the world.
If you were one of the about 147 million people affected by the September 2017 data breach of Equifax, you could soon be in line for some of the $425 million in restitution.
Minnesota state Rep. Steve Drazkowski said that if freshman congresswoman Ilhan Omar had followed state law governing campaign finance reporting, she might never have been elected to Congress.
Arizona employers lost 44,600 in the month of June, but the unemployment rate stayed the same as the previous month at 4.9 percent, a state agency said.
A U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) official said this week that the planned relocation of its headquarters from Washington, D.C. to Grand Junction, Colo., will save taxpayers at least $50 million.
The Arizona pension fund for retired public safety works has fired its head after a sexual harassment investigation.
U.S. House Democrats passed the Raise the Wage Act Thursday, which would incrementally increase the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour to $15 per hour by 2025.
The Pew Research Center’s definition of millennials is people born from 1981 to 1996. In 2012, the youngest millennials were still in their teens. In order to exclude those who were likely still in school, the analysis was done only on people who were at least 20 in 2012, i.e. born between 1981 and 1992.
Elected officials cannot block people from their social media pages, according to a new ruling.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is cracking down on the multi-billion dollar business of human trafficking in the U.S.
Tanque Verde was ranked the richest town in Arizona in a 24/7 Wall St. analysis examining small, affluent communities where most households exceed the nation’s median annual household income.
Current Federal Reserve Chairperson Jerome Powell recently indicated that the Fed may soon cut interest rates for the first time since the start of the financial crisis in 2009. What would such a change in the federal funds rate mean for you?
In today’s world of 24/7 cable TV and Internet news, people are more likely to be knowledgeable about financial and economic matters than in past generations. For example, we would venture to guess that most people have at least heard of the Federal Reserve, or, as it is usually referred to, the Fed.
However, having heard of the Fed is quite different from understanding what the Fed actually does and how its actions influence our financial lives. Let’s explore the Fed’s role in the U.S. economy and how its actions affect the broad economy and interest rates in particular.
What is the Federal Reserve and what are its Main Tools?