Investors are getting hit with a double whammy: stocks AND bonds are down. That's hurting retirees and people trying to save for college.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with documentary filmmaker Abigail Disney, granddaughter of Disney co-founder Roy Disney, about her new film, The American Dream and Other Fairy Tales.
Three senior citizens from the Washington, D.C.-area who rely on Social Security for their income talk about the changes they've made as the cost of living has risen.
After the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates again, and forecast more big hikes in the coming months, pessimism reigned supreme on Wall Street.
Climate activists have never liked Trump-appointed World Bank President David Malpass. But this week, his comments on climate change fueled calls for President Biden to make a change.
The Dow dropped more than 450 points to close at the lowest level since November 2020.
The move authorizes firms to offer more social media and collaboration platforms, video conferencing and cloud-based services in Iran following a crackdown on protests over the death of Mahsa Amini.
A growing number of businesses are temporarily closing across the island as power outages caused by Hurricane Fiona drag on, sparking concern about the availability of fuel and basic goods.