Experts say President Xi Jinping almost assuredly will be given a second term.
The country's faced U.N. sanctions since 2006, and it's unclear if the latest measures will slow down its nuclear program.
The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled cheap imports are harming local solar manufacturing companies. The president will decide the next move.
Here's why basic economy may not be the deal it appears to be.
Colorado’s hot economy continues to show no sign of a slowdown as data released Wednesday regarding new car registration appears to…
Starting in January, customers in the U.K. can no longer be charged more for using plastic at the register.
Analysts say more than 7 million people voted in a symbolic referendum to reject President Nicolas Maduro's plans to rewrite the constitution.
Critics are worried about jobs, but advocates say plan to join the U.S. Climate alliance is good for the state.
The Congressional Budget Office's projection of the proposed 2018 budget had a $3.7 trillion discrepancy with the White House's projection.
Researchers projected how climate change could affect economies in certain parts of the country.
For the first time in three years many workers have lost their overall purchasing power, despite them getting a raise. However, there are a…
Protestors have come to the G-20 summit for years — but this year is expected to attract more negative attention than others.