Labor Day marks the end of summer but also the start of a new round of sales on clothing, electronics, and more. Read on for details to help you best manage your Labor Day shopping.
Construction spending in the US declined in June, according to the US Census Bureau. Total residential spending declined 0.3 percent from May, although construction spending is 7.4 percent higher in June compared to last year.
Tesla Motors is backing up its commitment to China with a new deal to set up 400 new charging stations across the country. China has become a vital market for global automakers, and a lack of charging stations has hampered electric car sales for Tesla and other electric carmakers thus far.
Home prices dipped slightly in June and growth slowed year-over-year, according to S&P/Case-Shiller's 20-city composite index. But according to analysts, a home prices slowdown could help bring the housing market more in line with the rest of the economy.
The latest projections from the Congressional Budget Office expect the federal deficit to shrink, but the more interesting story is what is expected to happen to federal spending under current law.
American kids are heading back to school, but they're entering back into a school system that is widening the achievement gap between lower and higher-income children. Here's what we can do about it.