FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is talking about the final days of his crypto company. He's presenting as someone who didn't fully understand the finances of his multi-billion dollar company.
The 5th Circuit Court rejected a Education Department appeal on Wednesday, the latest setback in several parallel lawsuits. The administration is expected to ask the Supreme Court to weigh in.
When health bills aren't legible — via large-print, Braille or other adaptive technology — blind patients can't know what they owe, and are too often sent to debt collections, an investigation finds.
The decision by the online food delivery platform to eliminate about 6% of its workforce is the latest of several companies to recently announce job cuts recently, including Twitter and Amazon.
The House cleared an effort that would force unions to accept the tentative agreement between railroad managers and their workers, and make a potential imminent strike illegal.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell spoke about the economy and job market Wednesday. The Fed has been raising interest rates to fight inflation, but critics say this could push some out of work.
Inflation has been pushing prices up all year, but economists and politicians don't agree on where it's coming from.
Voters in several cities approved ballot measures to cap rents, part of a larger resurgence of rent control. Economists warn that such caps can actually reduce affordable housing overall.