“Venezuela was a narco state several years ago, but it has become darker and more ominous,” Mike Vigil, former DEA Chief of International Operations, told Yahoo Finance (video above).
A new report from the Congressional Budget Office finds that raising the minimum wage to $15 would boost the pay for an estimated 17 million workers.
The crisis at the southern border continues, amid scathing reports of sub-standard conditions in detention centers. But how much are Americans paying to detain children?
After a decade, Congress has begun the debate of reparations to African Americans for the injustices of slavery. But are reparations possible — and how much would it cost?
A wave of abortion bans have passed across the country. While many organizations have pledged to fight them in court, the anti-abortion laws could cost American taxpayers billions.
Roughly 25% of people that were adults during the Great Recession a decade ago are "worse now" than they were before, despite the economy making great strides.
More than half of American parents are willing to go into debt to pay for their child's college tuition, according to a new report.
A new analysis from the International Monetary Fund says that American consumers are "losers" of the US-China trade war.
American’s teachers are paid poorly compared to other college graduates, and that’s driving a ‘large and growing’ teacher shortage, according to a new study.
Women and minorities are becoming increasingly financially engaged in the run up to the 2020 election. But who are they putting their money behind?
Cigna's CEO David Cordani sees the company positioned well in many different scenarios, including Medicare for all.
As the race to the 2020 elections heats up, Democrats are off to their strongest start as donors spend big on candidates.
Their combined wealth – a staggering $348.7 billion as of October 2018 – is more than the combined wealth of 4 million American families of median wealth.
Half of all parents with adult children are risking their retirement, in order to financially support their kids, according to a new Bankrate report.
America's education system continues to leave disadvantaged students out in the cold, as public school funding gaps widen.
While the labor market continues to tighten all groups make gains. But even though black unemployment has fallen, it still remains twice that of white workers.