The U.S. economy expanded in the second quarter of 2016 with real GDP growing 1.1 percent, a lower rate than previously estimated, according to the second estimate released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Millions of workers lost jobs they had held for at least three years due to business closings and failings from 2013 to 2015, according to data released Thursday from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Outstanding federal debt is projected to hit $28.2 trillion over the next decade, according to a report from the Congressional Budget Office.
There will only be one health insurer participating in the Obamacare exchanges selling health care plans in 2017 in 36 percent of exchange market rating regions in the United States, according to an analysis from Avalere experts.
The Obamacare Tax Relief and Consumer Choice Act, introduced last month by Republican senators, would suspend Obamacare’s individual mandate when health insurance premiums rise.
The United States has the third highest marginal corporate income tax rate in the world, according to a new report from the Tax Foundation.
One in five manufacturers in New York said they were reducing the number of their employees due to Obamacare, according to a survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Insurer participation in Obamacare will continue its steep decline next year, according to an expert who tracks the issue.
Washington, D.C. is the worst locale to spend and get the most out of $100, according to a report from the Tax Foundation published this month.
A majority of likely voters believe that private health insurance companies are better at providing quality health care coverage than the federal government, according to a poll from the American Action Forum.