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The mayors of Chicago, Illinois and Newark, New Jersey say that inequality and a lack of reliable public transit are the two biggest factors in the US economy's slow growth. Approximately 80% of the nation's GDP comes from urban areas.
The San Francisco Bay Area’s economy is ‘defying gravity’ — and it reveals how powerful the tech industry has become
In our analysis of economies in the biggest US metropolitan areas, cities in the San Francisco Bay Area came out on top. And the findings suggest that the region around Silicon Valley holds a big chunk of the country's wealth.
President Donald Trump has touted 3% growth for his administration.
Emirates boss warns that American, Delta, and United are trying to open Pandora’s box and the US economy will be the loser
Emirates Airline president Sir Tim Clark said his airline has nothing to hide from his US rivals who accuse him of accepting government subsidies.
A few things suggest the economy isn't as strong as the 3% print.
A new International Monetary Fund report finds that high levels of household debt can deepen recessions. US households are more indebted than ever.
ANALYSIS: A country that presented a radical experiment in forced income equality under the Soviet Union, albeit with special treatment for Communist Party leaders, is now approaching American-style income and wealth gaps.
The sources and method we used to rank the economies of America's biggest metropolitan areas.
The IMF is now giving the United States the sort of social-policy advice it once reserved for emerging-market economies.
Washington Post/ABC poll: Nearly 60% of registered US voters oppose Trump’s decision to leave the Paris agreement
Only 8% of Democrats supporting leaving the Paris agreement, while 82% oppose leaving.