Former President Donald Trump has pretty sharp rhetoric around immigration. At the same time, he is trying to reach a potentially powerful voting bloc in pivotal swing states: Latinos.
Despite job growth, low unemployment and record spending, Americans are in a sour mood about the economy — and that could spell trouble for President Biden's reelection chances.
The latest numbers show a strong picture for the U.S. economy. Yet many Americans have a pessimistic view. Here's how an adviser to Joe Biden says they're addressing that.
Climate change is a major issue for young voters, but so far, it has not been a major mobilizing force in U.S. elections. Some environmental action groups see that changing.
In the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, the record temperatures this summer don't have Republicans heated as confidence in institutions takes a hit and President Biden has challenges ahead.
Floods, wildfires, heat waves and hurricanes cause billions of dollars of property damage each year. Can federal climate scientists help the insurance industry keep up?
Outgoing premier Li Keqiang told delegates at the National People's Congress that China is aiming to rebound economically after COVID slowed them down
Are we in a recession? It seems like a straightforward question, but the data tells conflicting stories.
China has been trying to woo back foreign investors and businesses after nearly three years of self-imposed isolation, but a quick economic recovery will also hinge on domestic consumption.
While all eyes were focused on England in the aftermath of Queen Elizabeth II's death, many young people in London have other issues on their minds. For most, the biggest one is the economy.