Senator Kamala Harris made history after becoming the Democratic Party's vice presidential nominee last week.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer explains what the government needs to do to ensure a safe reopening of schools in the fall.
The U.S. unemployment rate soared to 14.7% in April, but that number might be understating the true damage of the novel coronavirus on the labor market.
Millions of Americans receive stimulus checks, and the IRS launches a new tool, allowing non-tax fillers to receive checks.
After delays and confusion in Iowa, Nevada facing extra pressure to make sure its caucuses go smoothly on Saturday.
After growing frustrated with the dress hunt, bride-to-be Leslie Voorhees was ready to call it quits on finding the perfect trousseau. That was the first step toward creating Anomalie, an online company founded by Voorhees to create custom-made bridal dresses.
Shares of online mattress company rallied in their debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, but only because the company slashed its expected price range at the last minute. “It’s all about going public today,” he said.
Tesla is one of the most polarizing companies on Wall Street. On one side, the bulls are all-in on CEO Elon Musk's clean energy vision, but on the other side of the Street, there's a legion of short sellers who believe financial reality will eventually catch up with the company.
The maker of Bratz talks to Yahoo Finance about the popular L.O.L. Surprise! toys and why it is the most popular holiday toy this year.
Consumers have carried the U.S. economy but Michael Arone, chief investment strategist for State Street Global Advisors’ US SPDR Business, believes it won't last long.